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Class of '69 



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COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL 



COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

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EDITOR IN CHIEF 

Daniel Brennock 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Janet Shannon 

SPORTS EDITORS 
Ann Grinnell 
David Mitchell 

ORGANIZATIONS 
Cathy Turner 

PUBLICITY 
Patty Tusing 
Bonnie Keegan 



SECRETARY 
Jane Souther 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
Joanne Gile 

CLASSES 
Lyn Congdon 

ACTIVITIES 
Nancy Yocum 

PROOFREADER 
Debbie Johnson 



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Thank You 




The yearbook staff of 1969 wishes to express its gratitude to Mrs. 
Patricia Wunschel who was instrumental in the publicatons of the 
past and of this Tessahoc '69. 



"Respect for intellectual excellence, the restoration of vigor and discipline 

to our ideas of study, curricula which aim at strengthening intellectual 

fiber and stretching the power of young minds, personal commitment and 

responsibility — these are the pre-conditions of educational recovery in 

America today and I believe, they have always been the pre-conditions of 

happiness and sanity for the human race." ..nr. 

Adlai t. Stevenson 



The Senior Class of 1969 has dedicated its Tessahoc to a person whom we hold in 
great admiration. He has given the best of himself to each and every student for the 
past forty-three years. We will miss his warm, friendly smile. 

The Class of 1969 wishes to show its appreciation to him for bringing a stimulat- 
ing environment to Cohasset education. We dedicate this year's Tessahoc to you Mr. 
William Ripley, Jr. 



Senior Class Officers 




PRESIDENT SECRETARY 

Casey Coleman Nancy Yocum 

VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER 

Dave Mitchell Debbie Bartlett 




GARY EDWARD AINSLIE 
"Ritter" 

likes Saturday mornings, ranking J.M., winning . . . dislikes Saturday 
afternoons, Homecoming election, Monday morning quarterbacks . . . 
wants to become President in 1988 on Wallace's platform . . . usually 
seen with John, Paul, Mitch, Joe . . . usually says "Hmmm, Babe" . . . 
remembers the smell of the locker room, Mr. Chatterton's tape jobs, 
marshaling in the corridor with Lyn and Patsy. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3 (Capt.), 4; Rousers 
4 ; Marshal 4. 



DOROTHY ELLEN ANDERSON 
"The Beak" 

likes barbeque potato chips, skipping out of work, Bill in Chemistry . . . 
dislikes being disturbed at Whitehead, white socks, a radiator over- 
boiling twice in the same week . . . her ambition is to do something 
right!! ... usually heard saying "Oh, that's just spiffy" ... usually 
seen with The Duck, or Judi, Janice and Calore . . . remembers Hal- 
loween of '66 with the "Bungas" blow-out. 
Softball 2. 






RICHARD WILLIAM ANDREWS 
"Rich" 

likes burning out of the parking lot, his fine "427" Vette, money and 
dark nights . . . dislikes blondes, bucket seats, skirts . . . wants to have 
the fastest and best car in town . . . usually seen with his Vette and 
his Wonga . . . usually says "Ya, right" . . . remembers leaving school 
at 2:20. 

Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; Stage Crew 3, 4; Auto Club 3. 



ERIC ROBERT ARONER 
"Erk" 

likes J.C., Mr. Mac's classes, 3rd period lunch . . . dislikes math, 
oversentimentality, procrastination . . . his ambition is to out-pun Tim . . . 
usually seen with Gary . . . usually says very little . . . remembers Boob, 
track, Mr. Davis. 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Outing Club 4. 




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DEBRA ANN BARTLETT 
"F. C." 

likes C.C., a unique experience at a p.j. party, mature and masculine 
boys . . . dislikes being too tired to enjoy life, phonies, insecure boys . . . 
her ambition is to "more faster speak English bester" . . . usually seen 
with Sue, Sally, Turner, and Grinz . . . usually heard saying "What 
seems to be the problem?" ... remembers most being tutored for 2 
months with Mr. C. and Mr. H., the summer of '68. 

Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Basketball 3 (Co-Capt.); Rousers 
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; French Club 1. 



KATHERINE BENEDICT 

"Kay" 

likes: Donovan, freaky woods, getting involved ... dislikes brussel 
sprouts, people dripping with plasticity, school games . . . her ambition 
is to be a fiery redhead . . . usually seen with Magret, chanting and 
tripping around the halls ... usually says "Where's Magret!" ... re- 
members the militia, Magret and Junior friends, the swimming pool. 
Basketball 1; Troll 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; 
Dramatic Club 1, 4. 





LINDA JEAN BLAIR 
dislikes school . . . her ambition is to get her license someday 
seen with Kathy Maher . . . usually says nothing. 



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DONNA MARIE BLOCK 
"Square" 

likes B.W.T., Europe '69, Hull-Cohasset game '68 ... dislikes hypocrites, 
Hull Victory Parties, Fickled Finger of Fate award ... her ambition 
is to be on time for anything! ... usually seen with Bob, Basha, Doyer 
. . . usually says "You luv it Baby" . . . remembers the weekend with 
the "Vanilla Fudge," summer of '68, J. Lewis's Park Party. 
Field Hockey 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Mixed Chorus 4. 




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DANIEL JOSEPH BRENNOCK 
"Primer" 

likes band, baseball, dances . . . dislikes "Cabaret", Physics tests, losing 
games ... my ambition is to live to see the day when all men are 
created equal . . . usually seen with Kev, Eric, Dave, or Paul 
remembers the Homecoming Queen elections, "Sounds of Tijuana Brass" 
standing ovation, Physics test scandal. 

Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt.; Basketball J, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
AV 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4 Vice-Pres.; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Rousers 3,' 4; 
Class President 2; Student Council 2; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief; Student 
Government Exchange 4. 



MARY ELLEN MARTIN 

"Mel" 

likes Beethoven's fifth, rosebuds, kangaroos . . . dislikes bugs, gossip, 
prejudice . . . ambition is to make someone happy . . . usually seen 
jumping around . . . usually says "good on ya' mate" . . . remembers 
her year abroad with the "Aussies", down under, Mr. Cohen's smile, 
Mr. McCallum's office,- her first New England winter, marching, trying 
to hold a glockenspiel. 

Transferred to Cohasset in 1965 from Finneytown High School Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 





STEPHNIE BRUNDIGE 
"Steff" 

likes scallops, weekends, cats . . . dislikes classrooms without clocks, 
shingling, cold mornings . . . her ambition is to be able to smile on 
Monday . . . usually seen with Martha and Lesley . . . usually says "Am 



I off-key' 



remembers no paper towels in the art room. 



Chorus 4; Transfer Student from Hanover 1968. 



MARY ANN CALOKIO 
"Calore" 

likes M. P., S. D., rubies . . . dislikes Dunny's Italian jokes, accidents, 
hockey practices ... my ambition is to pass French . . . usually seen 
with Judi, Dianne, and Janice . . . usually says "Janny Su get me a 
straw." remembers most March 22, 1968, summer 1968, Duxbury Beach, 
Powder Puff. 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder-Puff 4. 





SHARON CRAIG CAMPBELL 

"Sharon" 

likes Friday after school, lime freezes, Mr. Davis' fudge factors . . . dis- 
likes 8 exercises for French homework, surprise quizzes, having people 
confuse her with her sister . . . wants to become a giant of at least 
5'%" . . . usually seen with a station-wagon load of kids going to CAMP 
... usually heard saying "n'est-ce pas?" ... remembers most camp, 
French Club trips, Mr. MacDonald's English classes. 

Rousers 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; AFS 4; Dramatic Club 4; Mixed 
Chorus 4; Press Club 4. 



TIMOTHY LEE CARLSON 
"Tim" 

likes small foreign cars, walking on empty beaches, having nothing to do 
. . . dislikes studying, more studying, and most of all studying . . . his 
ambition is very quickly diminishing . . . usually seen with John, hunting 
for greener pastures ... usually heard saying "Aw, come on!" ... 
remembers most Leslie, a green V.W. 

Track 1, 2, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; Basketball 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-Pres., Pres); NHS 3; AFS 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 





KATHLEEN MARY CASHIN 
"Kath" 

likes sewing, Music Circus, summer . . . dislikes homework, unfriendly 
people, dull weekends . . . wants to become a dress designer ... us- 
ually seen with Debby ... usually heard saying "Oh Brother!", "Don't 
worry about it" . . . remembers most winning both P.P. games, he* 
Junior year. 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 1; French Club 3, 4. 



MARK ANDREW CIFRINO 
"Cif" 

likes surfing, M street . . . dislikes berries, Whitings milk trucks . . . 
wants to be the leader of a pack of Hood milk trucks . . . usually seen 
with Eck . . . usually heard saying "What a bummer" . . . remembers 
most the rumors in the boys' room. 




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MARY ELLEN CIFRINO 
"Mary Ellen" 

likes Nantasket Beach, Boston, long hair, soul music . . . dislikes baby- 
sitting, a gold station wagon, early curfew . . . wants to marry a Rocke- 
feller . . . usually seen down Nantasket Beach, with Joanne and Susan 
. . . usually heard saying "To each his own" . . . remembers summer 
of '68, Children's Hospital Medical Center, driving to Hanover, F.A. Mac. 
Track 1; Field Hockey 3, 4; French Club 2, 3 (Sec), 4; Future Teacher's 
Club 2, 3 (Sec); Rousers 2, 3, 4; High Times 4; Troll 4; Glee Club 
1; Mixed Chorus 1; AFS 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4. 




DAVID CLARKE 
"Clarkey" 

likes brown-eyed girls, wrestling . . . dislikes school . . . wants to own the 
Chrysler Corp. . . . usually seen with Nanci . . . usually heard saying 
"Big deal" . . . remembers the lunches. 
Football 1, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 4; Track 3. 




KEITH CODDINGTON 
"Keithington" 

likes sailing, track season with Coach Davis . . . dislikes sick puns, 
Cool Hand Luke . . . wants to own a fifty-footer and sail around the 
world . . . usually seen with Hans, Paul, Bobbie, John, Mitch . . . usually 
heard saying "Always heard" . . . remembers most the enthusiasm of 
the '68 Track team. 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Basketball 2, 3, 
4; NHS 3, 4 ( Vice-Pres.). 



LYNDA MAE COGILL 

"Cog" 

likes John Vernon, a certain 1964 light blue convertible, Beechwood 
corner . . . dislikes being tall, having to be home early, phonies . . . wants 
to be an IBM operator . . . usually seen with Nancy, Sharon, Laurel, Sue, 
"White Owl" ... usually heard saying "Nan, wanta skip?" ... re- 
members most the Log, French's Common, Mr. Reade's English class. 



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KENNETH ROBERT COLEMAN 

"Casey" 

likes Friday nights with the boys, his six buddies, goat . . . dislikes 
people who put on facades, sprained ankles, flowers on VWs . . . wants 
to be tall and thin . . . usually seen with Wonnie, Porkchops, Greena, 
Benji . . . usually heard saying "Certainly is" . . . remembers football. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Student Council 4; 
Class President 4. 



MARILYN HAYES CONGDON 
"Lyni" 

likes R.D.B., daisies and flying kites, rain and the morning after . . . 
dislikes closed-minded people, being hassled and hurried, prejudice of 
any kind . . . wants to ride a motorcycle better than Rusty . . . usually 
seen with Rusty, Gale, "The Stump" ... usually heard saying "Huh?" 
or "Wow!" ... remembers Vedanta, buoy no. 6, F.A. Mac, a certain 
road off Beach Street. 

Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Troll 3, 4; Art Club 1 (Sec), 3; French Club 1, 
2, 4; Class Vice-President 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Rousers 
1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 





ROBERT FRANCIS COTTER 
"Mouth" 

likes Notre Dame, getting involved, winning . . . dislikes disappointing 
people, D.M. on a Sunday afternoon, losing . . . his ambition is to win 
an election . . . usually seen with Dave Mitchell, Kandance . . . usually 
heard saying "Look that up in your Funk and Wagnalls" . . . remem- 
bers most sitting in Room 103 listening to a certain Steve Park an- 
nouncement at the end of a long day. 

Transfer student Sept. 1967; Troll 3, 4 (Poetry Ed.); Debating 3; Base- 
ball 3; Basketball 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Student Council 4 



NANCY LEE DAMON 
"Little One" 

likes being short, being with Billy, a certain '59 Ford . . . dislikes 
going home early, flat tires, phonies ... her ambition is to be an IBM 
operator . . . usually seen with "Billy," Lynda . . . usually heard saying 
"I wonder if Billy is at the drugstore." and "Where ya going, Cog?" 
. . . remembers most summer of '68 with Billy, Leo's party, Mr. Cohen's 
jokes. 




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SALLY ANN DAY 

"Gangles" 

likes "M.G.", sliced chicken sandwiches with mayonnaise, pajama parties 
. . . dislikes people who dislike her, hash, Sunday . . . wants to teach 
Spanish . . . usually seen with Michael, Gail, Flea, Dale . . . usually heard 
saying "the general finitchabull" . . . remembers ninth and tenth grades 
with the "group." 

Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Treas.); NHS 3, 4; Spanish Club 4 (Pres.); 
Basketball 2; Softball 2, 3; Cheerleading 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4. 



JOANNE JUDITH DINI 
"Twinkle Feet" 

likes down the Cape, Mr. Lucas and hair cut, a certain '64 Tempest 
. . . dislikes black eyes, dull parties . . . her ambition is to be an airline 
stewardess . . . usually seen with Beechwooders, out of town kids . . . 
usually heard saying "I know it," and "Thats close" . . . remembers most 
getting caught skipping, going down the Cape each week. 





DENISE MARIE DOLAN 
"White Owl" 

likes a certain Hawaiian, Joanne's parties, . . . dislikes the name Denny, 
Woolworths, phonies . . . wants to do something right for a change . . . 
usually seen with Tina, Joanne, Nancy, Lynda, Beechwood kids . . . 
usually heard saying "Cool-it," or "Wanta skip tomorrow?" ... remembers 
August 28, 1967, Dennis, Tina's Taxi. 
Softball 2; Powder puff 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3. 



MARTHA ELLEN DUGGAN 
"Marthey" 

likes Friday 4th period study, carrots, getting her own way . . . dislikes 
cold sores, dull boys, geometry . . . usually seen with Lesley and Steff 
. . . usually heard saying, "Now, don't get emotional" . . . remembers that 
infamous math class note. 

Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; AFS 2, 3; 
SEMSBA 2, 3, 4; Rousers 2, 3; NHS 3, 4. 




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DEBORAH JOY DUNCAN 
"Dun-can" 

likes witchcraft, football players, the Common . . . dislikes 
donuts, green hair . . . her ambition is to finally be able to 
letter . . . usually seen with Kathy in the little green Rambler . . . 
heard saying "The thought alone is staggering" . . . remembers 
little kids. 
Dramatic Club 4. 



nerves, 
take a 
usually 
all the 



ROBERT MYRON DUTTON, JR. 
"Babs" 

likes '67 Chevys, Sandy Beach, Thomas Aquinas . . . dislikes WBZ, math, 
confused girls . . . his ambition is to be a corporate lawyer . . . usually 
seen with Michael, Ed, Richie . . . usually heard saying "What's hap- 



pening?" and "Really!?" 



Homecoming Dance. 
Baseball 1; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 4. 



remembers most the morning after the 





DALE JANICE EDMINSTER 

"Ed" 

likes smiling, Whitehead, being independent . . . dislikes gossipy people, 
Dr. Sceery's physicals, curfews . . . her ambition is to be a guide at 
the U.N. . . . usually seen with Gangles, Leah, Gail, Kandy in the noisy 
Nova . . . usually says "First of all — " . . . remembers most a Friday night 
in Boston, A-frame. 

AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3 (Sec); Rousers 1, 2 (Vice-Pres.), 3, 4 
High Times 4 (Sports Ed.); Troll 4; Spanish Club 4; Softball 1, 2 
Tennis 3, 4; French Club 4; Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 1, 2 
Band 2. 3, 4; AFS Semifinals 3; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Class Play 2 
Powderpuff 3, 4. 






HANS LENNART EKMAN 
"Yanzy" 

likes football, Friday afternoon, sailing . . . dislikes Monday morning, 
French ... his ambition is to represent his country, Sweden, in a good 
way . . . usually seen with Paul, Keith, Mike H., Tim . . . usually says 
"Just a minute" . . . remembers the first day of school. 
AFS Exchange Student; AFS 4; Cross Country 4; Basketball 4. 




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JUDITH ELLEN EMANUELLO 

"Bozo" 

likes the gulch, the square, tuna fish . . . dislikes Sophomore homerooms 
... wants to become more organized ... usually seen with Janice, Mr. 
Giuliano ... usually heard saying "Here comes Mother!" ... remembers 
most March 22, 251, Powder puff game '69. 
Softball 1, 2, 3,; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Powder Puff 4. 



MICHAEL EMANUELLO 
"Rat" 

likes girls, butts . . . dislikes work, school ... his ambition is to get the 
heck out of here . . . usually seen with Barny, Steve, Nick . . . usually 
heard saying VI want to get out of here" . . . remembers most L. Cogill. 
Football 1, 4; Basketball 3, 4. 





KEVIN WADE FARRELL 

"Kev" 

likes the school's peaches, weekends and vacations, money . . . dis- 
likes getting up for school, Economics class, homework over weekends 
. . . his ambition is to lay off Mr. Davis . . . usually seen with Danny 
Brennock, Eric Aroner . . . usually heard saying "We can't all be as 
intelligent as you, Brennock . . . Thank God ! " ... remembers most cam- 
paigning for our Homecoming Queen, Gary Ainslie. 
Cross Country 4; Basketball 4; Track 3, 4; Transfer Student 3. 



JOANNE LORNA GILE 
"Schroeder" 

likes Joan Baez, Mr. Cohen's smile, summer rain . . . dislikes purple 
onions, "foreigner," "reep" . . . her ambition is to travel around the 
country on a motorbike . . . usually seen with Lib, MEC, and the camera 
... usually heard saying "Hey you guys!" ... remembers most Tim's 
VW, variety show, Student Council President campaign '68. 
Troll 3, 4 (Art Ed.); High Times 4 (Bus. Mgr.); AFS 3; Yearbook 4; 
Rousers 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4. 




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RONALD HAROLD GOODWIN 
"Ron" 

likes Le Mans, tallies, the bridge . . . dislikes 18th mod, peace loving 
hippies . . . ambition is to repaint the water tower . . . usually seen 
with: Greena, Lou, Casey or Kitty ... remembers most: I forgot. 
Football 1, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Auto Club 3. 



EUGENE BENOIT GRAHAM 

"Gene" 

likes "AH HA on a five foot day," Hendrix experience . . . dislikes 
short hair, not having Bruins tickets, weekends . . . ambition is to live 
in Hawaii . . . usually seen with : Lenore, Kerry, Dickie, Bean, and Alan 
... usually heard saying "What's going on here?" ... remembers most 
early morning hockey practices, Black Rock House. 
Hockey 3, 4; Track 2. 





MICHAEL JOHN GREENE 

"Greena" 

likes days at Whitehead, Friday and Saturday night parties . . . dislikes 
Sundays, dry nights, cold days ... usually seen with: Benji, Bill, Casey,. 
W.B., and Sally . . . ambition is to be an engineer . . . usually heard 
saying: "You want to make a bet?" ... remembers most the times I had 
with Tommy and Benji on Friday and Saturday nights. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 



ANN HOWLAND GRINNELL 
"Grinz" 

likes V.H.P., food, Mr. Mac. (English class) ... dislikes plastic people, 
democracy, going to the beach and finding it locked??? ... ambition 
is to say something intelligent and to be understood . . . always heard 
saying "Next joke" . . . usually seen with: myself, IT, Fatty remem- 
bers most trips to Europe and to N. J., gate at the beach, MY SCOOTER. 




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HARRY JOSEPH HANLON III 
"Churchy" 

likes golf, beating "The Leader", meatball sandwiches . . . dislikes marshal- 
ing, 1st lunch, Spanish, a raver . . . wants to make a million dollars . . . 
usually seen with "The Leader" . . . usually says "Absolutely" . . . remem- 
bers playing golf at 5:00 a.m. 

Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.); Marshal 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3. 




MICHAEL SULLIVAN HEALEY 

"Che" 

likes Marx, existentialist novels, solitude . . . dislikes the existing social 
structure, people who act like characters out of Stendahl, senseless 
arguments . . . his ambition is to someday have the guts to live up to half 
the things he says . . . usually seen with T.C. and J.L. arguing about 
the weekend ... usually says "Have you finished your Physics yet?" 
. . . remembers the morning after. 
Troll 3, 4 (Editor); Dramatic Club 4. 






PAMELA MARY HOBBS 
"Pam" 

likes A.P. office, P.P.F., sports . . . dislikes homework, tests, class rank 
... her ambition is to get to Wimbledon??? ... usually seen with Jane, 
a tennis racket ... usually says "Not, not angry; just frustrated" ... 
remembers teachers. 

Field Hockey 1, 3, 4 (Capt.); Basketball 1, 2, 3 (Capt.); Tennis 1, 2, 
3; Powderpuff 3, 4; Student Council 1; Troll 2; Future Teachers' Club 4; 
Rousers 1, 4; Marshal 2, 3, 4 (Capt.) ; Outing Club 3, 4 (Treas.). 



AMY HOLLINGSHEAD 

"Amy" 

likes red VW's, rainy nights, deserted beaches . . . dislikes good-byes, wait- 
ing for anything, physicals . . . wants to join the Army and be stationed 
in Kansas . . . usually seen with Toiner, "The Group" . . . usually says 
"Oh no, really?", "unbeleevable" ... remembers summer '68, "Boy from 
New York City", Mr. MacDonald, wild P.J. parties. 

Basketball 2; Softball 2, 3; Cheerleading 3; Powderpuff 3; Marshal 4; 
Rousers 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres.). 





SUSAN CAROLE HOWORTH 

"Susie" 

likes skiing, boys, fluffernutters . . . dislikes snobs, inconsiderate people, 
waxed beans . . . her ambition is to graduate and go to U. of Mass . . . 
usually seen with Anne Hurley, the Ferissi twins, kids from W.H.S. . . . 
usually heard saying "Surf's up!" and "Ya coulda fooled me!" ... 
remembers most body surfing in November without wet suits, October 
11, 1968, Senior Prom at W.H.S. 
Transfer Student September 1968; Outing Club 4. 



MARGARET ANNE HUNT 
"Magret" 

likes electric hair, freaky woods, getting involved . . . dislikes brussel 
sprouts, cold hands . . . her ambition is not to be ambitious . . . usually 
seen with Kay, tripping around the halls . . . usually heard saying the 
same thing as Kay at the same time . . . remembers most October 
19, 1968, finding something special, Kay, accidents with Kay. 
Basketball 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Troll 4. 



DEBORAH GAY JOHNSEN 
"Debbie" 

likes solitude — sometimes, The Prophet, Mr. Mac's English classes . . . 
dislikes shallow people, ulcers, insensitivity — that fatal disease of the 
heart . . . her ambition is to understand and to feel . . . usually seen 
reflecting, or with Mel? ... usually heard saying "Yeeeeee-haaaaa!" 
. . . remembers most people who care, F.A.M. . . . January 18, enticing 
windows, NHS "studies." 

AFS 2; Rousers 2, 3; Troll 3, 4; Outing Club 4; Human -Concerns 
Club 3; SEMSBA 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4; NHS 3, 4 
(Pres.); Yearbook 4. 




KRISTIN MELINDA JONES 
"Kris" 

likes classical guitar, French literature, pomegranates . . . dislikes 
scrambled eggs, scrambled eggs, and scrambled eggs . . . her ambition 
is to gain weight . . . usually seen with "me, myself and I" ... usually 
heard saying "That's revolting" . . . remembers most "Negrita Linda." 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4 (Treas.); NHS 3, 4 (Treas.); AFS 
2, 3; T.A.R.C. 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Outing Club 3, 4. 



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THOMAS WALTER JONES 

"Jonesy" 

likes C.K., D.M., Beechwood . . . dislikes hospitals, getting 
noon . . . wants to play the guitar better than Chet Atkins . 
seen with Debi and Char . . . usually says "Nobody's poifect" . 
bers Beechwood and the gang. 
Band 1, 2, 3. 



up before 
. . usually 
. . remem- 



BONNIE LEE KEEGAN 
"Bon" 

likes senior privileges, people who dare to be themselves, almost any 
kind of music . . . dislikes two-faced people, teachers who think no one 
else gives homework, loud people . . . her ambition is to realize true 
happiness by helping others . . . usually seen with some of the nicest 
people ... usually says "Beautiful!" ... remembers Mr. MacDonald's 
English class. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 3, 4 (Sec); Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1; JCL 1, 2, 3 (Vice-Pres.) ; Dramatic Club 3, 4; SEMSBA 
3; Yearbook 4; AFS 4; Field Hockey 3, 4 (Mgr.). 





STEPHEN PAUL KENT JR. 
"Duck" 

likes sleep, graduation day, cars . . . dislikes Art, work, Cohasset High 
. . . wants to be a bum with money . . . usually seen with Barn, Mike, 
Bill . . . usually says "Boy, am I tired" . . . remembers after lunch 
with Sam. 



FREDERICK RICHARD KOED 
"Bert" 

likes MGs, money, Larks . . . dislikes school, homework, school lunches 
. . . wants to own a Ferrari . . . usually seen with The Cherry Valley 
Gang . . . usually says "I've got my homework here somewhere" . . . 
remembers his '59 MGA Twin Cam. 
Football 1; Auto Club 1. 




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GREGORY KENT KRAMER 
"Greg" 

likes hockey, girls, golf . . . dislikes morning hockey practice, a certain 
person, marshaling 1st lunch . . . hopes to become a Pro goalie . . . 
usually heard saying "If I could only hit that little kid just once." . . . 
usually seen with people . . . remembers the '68 Homecoming Dance. 
Football 1; Baseball 1; Golf 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2, 
3,4. 



CHARLENE KURTZ 
"Char" 

likes Papadad, "Tommy," her license and driving around . . . dislikes 
hippies, crutches, geometry . . . her ambition is to build in Beechwood 
. . . usually seen with Debi Mello, Tommy Jones, '68 Olds . . . usually 
heard saying "Good one!" ... remembers nights at Beechwood Corner 
with the gang, and carrying Jonesys' books. 
Basketball 1, 2; Spanish Club 1. 



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DAVID TALBOTT LEHR 

"Dave" 

likes weekends, travel, soft things . . . dislikes homework, Hagerty's, a 
certain cop in Norwell . . . his ambition is to speak and not blush . . . 
usually seen with gray '59 Chevy, Don, Beck . . . remembers a blue 
flashing light and siren behind him while driving one dark night. 
Track 1, 2, 3; Outing Club 3, 4. 





SUSAN MARY ELLEN LIBBY 
"Lib" 

likes Paul, football games, weekends . . . dislikes frizzy hair, field 
hockey practice, freckles . . . wants to always be happy and to make 
other people happy . . . usually seen with Paul, Gile, Mary Ellen . . . 
usually heard saying "Oh, you're kidding," and "Where is Paul?" ... 
remembers most the night of August 4, 1967. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Rousers 3, 4; Field Hockey 1 (Mgr.), 3 (Co-Capt.), 
4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Majorettes 1. 




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SAMUEL FRANCIS LINCOLN 
"Link" 

likes friendly girls, Joanne's parties . . . dislikes school, hippies, winter 
nights in God's country . . . wants to become mayor of Beechwood . . . usual- 
ly «een with the Beechwood gang ... usually says "Who's paying?" ... 
remembers Mr. Grant's office. 
Football 3, 4; AV 2; Auto Club 3. 



JOHN LAWRENCE LONGO 

"Banana" 

likes making people laugh, being himself, a certain girl in Australia 
. . . dislikes losing to Marshfield in anything, sitting home on Satur- 
day nights, narrow-minded adults . . . his ambition is to never make 
the same mistake twice . . . usually seen with Tim in his V.W. looking 
for greener pastures . . . usually says "What are you selling?" . . . 
remembers NHS studies, Sandy Beach, a certain Quincy intersection, 
January 18. 

NHS 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 
1, 3; Track 2. 






CHARLES WILLIAM MALONEY, JR. 
"Charley" 

likes Mr. Di's Calculus classes, gray, windy days, Mr. Mac's English 
classes . . . dislikes days without study periods, waiting 3 weeks for 
a corrected Math test, 11,000 miles of ticker tape ... his ambition 
is to remember Gail P's name . . . usually seen alone . . . usually says 
"Now, look, just cool it" . . . remembers NHS "studies." 
NHS 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Rousers 4; Dra- 
matic Club 3, 4; Outing Club 4; SEMSBA 3, 4; District 4. 



ANN ELIZABETH MAREE 
"Trouble" 

likes B.L. and a certain '63 Ford, '64 Ford Galaxie, D.W., Scituate . . . 
dislikes school, working at Woolworth's with Ralph, a certain '63 Ford 
. . . wants to get out of C.H.S. and be on her own . . . usually seen with 
the gang — Char, Nancy, Lynda, Diz, Joanne, Denise, Tina . . . usually says 
"Don't sweat it" . . . remembers a certain special ring from D.W., Jill's 
parties, nights down Scituate with D.W., getting her license. 




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CHRISTINE ANN MARKS 
"Tina" 

likes Jerry, Big Jim, Taloopen ... dislikes a certain bridge in Maine, 
phonies, C.H.S. ... he ambition is to get married and have 10 kids . . . 
usually seen with Jerry, Denise, English taxi . . . usually says "Really" . . . 
remembers Labor Day weekend '68, nights at Beechwood corner. 
Softball 1; Latin Club 1. 



KANDANCE GAYLORD MARTIN 
"Supermouth" 

likes Winnie the Pooh, renraw, Mac . . . dislikes promises, white socks, 
sitting still . . . her ambition is to finish decoratng and show up on 
time for a C.H.S. dance! ... usually seen with "tinsel teeth" Davey, 
"big feet" Cotter, Warner . . . usually says "It's Kandy with a K" . . . 
remembers Steve Park's voice over the P.A. after a long campaign! 
Cheerleading 1, 2 (Capt.), 3 (Co-Capt.), 4 (Capt.); AFS 2, 3, 4; Rousers 
2 (Pres.), 3, 4; Class Dance (Chm.) 2; Class Activities (Co-Chmn.) 3; 
Student Council 3, 4 (Pres.) Powderpuff 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 4. 





MARY JO McCORMICK 
"Fatty Duck" 

likes skiing, walking along the quiet beach, VW . . . dislikes diets, curly 
hair, scallops . . . her ambition is to hear the people behind me . . . 
usually seen with everybody, especially Candy . . . usually says "No", 
"What", "Hi" . . . remembers Hayes' parties, submarine races, picnic 
on thruway, scallop in aluminum foil. 

Softball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Mgr.); Rousers 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder- 
puff 3, 4. 



WILLIAM ANTHONY McDONALD 

"Mac" 

likes Big Bikes, little Bonomi . . . dislikes nights, Senior girls . . . usually 
seen with Jeannette, Lou, Greena and Case . . . usually says "Who's going 
tonight?" ... remembers the "Ed Mac" and his morning locker prac- 
tices; catching Greena down Whitehead; M.B. in the seventh grade; trip 
to Needham with T.H. 

Football 1. 2, 3. 4 I Capt. I; Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 




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JOSEPH PAUL McGRATH 
"Big Joe" 

likes Mr. MacDonald, history, VWs . . . dislikes vacuum cleaners, Mon- 
day morning quarterbacks, Cadillac ... his ambition is to be Chief of 
Naval Operations . . . usually seen with a white VW, John, Paul, Gary, 
and Dana and sometimes Danny . . . usually heard saying "Are you 
kidding me?" ... remembers most Mr. MacDonald's English class. 
Marshal 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres.) ; AV 4; Dramatic Club 
3, 4; Basketball 3; Track 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Future Teacher's Club 
2, 3 (Vice-Pres.). 



MARY ELIZABETH McLELLAN 

"Betsey" 

likes football, Sidney, weekends . . . dislikes her name spelled wrong, 
flat tires, Newburyport . . . her ambition is to see Cohasset with a 
winning football season . . . usually seen with Janet in Sidney . . . 
usually heard saying anything . . . remembers most skipping out of 
X-period. 

Rousers 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 
2; Softball 1, 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4; S.A.B. 





PAUL ANDREW MIDDELMANN 
"Paulus" 

likes English class, Jimi Hendrix, chocolate marshmallow sundaes . . . 
dislikes peanut butter and jelly, cruelty, prejudice ... his ambition is 
to live happily and be successful in business . . . usually seen with 
everybody ... usually heard saying "Where's that crazy Swede?" ... 
remembers most warm South African summers and surf. 
Dramatic Club 4; Troll 4; Cross Country 4; Foreign Exchange Student; 
AFS 4. 



DAVID MITCHELL 
"Mitch" 

likes Neapolitans, Texas A&M, driving ... dislikes having a mother in the 
office, work on Sunday afternoons, braces . . . his ambition is to beat 
Hull and get an A in French . . . usually seen with B.C., Marshaling, 
Gaylord . . . usually heard saying "Thanks for the warning" . . . remem- 
bers most a trip to Arkansas, Physics scandal. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Rousers 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; AFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; 
Class Play 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; SEMSBA 2; Boy's 
State Rep. 




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JANICE MARIE NARDO 

"Nardo" 

likes Mark, Pizza shop, being short . . . dislikes pizza, Hingham Police 
Chief, snobs ... her ambition is to get a "1" in conduct! ... usually 
seen with Mark or Judi ... usually says "What are ya, soft?" ... 
remembers March 22, 1968, July 28, 1968, the Pizza shop gang. 
Softball 1, 2, 3; Library Club; Mixed Chorus 4. 



PAUL FRANCIS NEAGLE 

"Neag" 

likes a certain girl, being late to Spanish because of marshaling, 
Physics . . . dislikes Sociology classes, the last two mods of M at h on 
Friday afternoon, marshaling 1st lunch . . . his ambition is to beat Gary 
in the hundred . . . usually seen with John, Dave, Dana, or Gary . . . 
usually says "You better believe it" . . . remembers the undefeated 1968 
Track Team and the Marshfield Meet. 

Basketball (Mgr.) 2, 3; Football 3; Track 1, 2, 3; AV 2, 3; Class 
Activities Committee 3 (Chmn.); Cross Country 2; JCL 1; Key Club 
2; Marshal 4; Yearbook 4; Rousers 2, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres.) ; Spanish Club 
2, 3 (Pres.), 4; Student Council 4. 





WILLIAM ROBERT NICKERSON 

"Nick" 

likes. people sleeping in class, being a marshal, having fun ... dislikes 
everything . . . his ambition is to graduate from C.H.S. . . . usually seen 
with Steve, Barny, Mike . . . usually says "I hate this class" . . . remem- 
bers what fun school was. 
Football 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3; Hockey 1, 4. 



JAMES JOSEPH O'DONNELL IV 
"Joe" 

likes sneakers, Beethoven, music . . . dislikes Algebra II, being a Senior, 
administration's rules ... his ambition is to be a musician . . . usually 
says "I am what my parents warned me about." . . . remembers that he's 
trying to forget. 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 1 (Capt.), 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Rousers 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 2. 




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GAIL PETERSEN 
"Ak-nu" 

likes anything orange, C. S., British Sterling . . . dislikes white socks, 
having people mad at her, dirty gym suits . . . her ambition is to get 
through one class without sneezing ... usually seen with Chris/and/or 
Gangles, Lyni, Patty, Dale, Marcia, Grinz ... usually says "0 my!" 
. . . remembers the A-frame, the Cape, Prom '68. 

Transfer Student Jan. 1967; Class Sec. 3; Press Club 3, 4 'News 
Ed.); Modern Dance 2, 3 (Teacher), 4; Spanish Club 4 (Sec.-Treas.) ; 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 (Sec); Troll 4; Art Club 3, 4; Rousers 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club 4; Cheerleading 3; Softball 2, 3, 4 (Co-Capt.); Powder- 
puff 3, 4. 



ROBERT CARL RECHNER 

"Dewey" 

likes summer, surfing, A.C.B. . . . dislikes N.C., economics, rules . . . his 
ambition is to get a fast car . . . usually seen with Ed Wall or Volks- 
wagen Bus . . . usually says "I can't wait till this weekend" . . . remembers 
being dismissed to go to court. 





LESLEY VIRGINIA RIPLEY 

"Lee" 

likes Scituate, Biology, Brattle Street . . . dislikes short boys, Physics, 
people with big mouths . . . her ambition is to win the Nobel Prize and/ 
or pass Physics . . . usually seen with Martha and Steffy . . . usually says 
"That's really unique" . . . remembers Good Friday '68. 
Student Council 1; French Club 3, 4; AFS 2, 3; Rousers 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; 
SEMSBA 2, 3. 






WILLIAM ROBINSON 
"Barney" 

likes sleeping in class, surfing . . . dislikes teachers waking you up 
class, anthropology, work ... his ambition is to stay awake in class . 
usually seen with Nick, Mike, Steve . . . usually says "Wake up, Kent" . 
remembers certain signs to Mr. Davis. 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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DONALD ROBERT ROGERS 
"Don" 

likes boss' 5:00 jokes, Mr. Di's math test, good food and drink ... 
dislikes working late on Saturdays, Monday mornings, Spanish . . . My 
ambition is to become a millionaire playboy . . . usually seen with the 
company's red Camino heading for Hull . . . usually says "Hey, are 
you for real?" ... remembers Florida night life, Mr. Cohen raving 
about his golf game. 
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3. 



JOHN EDWARD SADLER 
"Quan" 

likes C.C. pay day, C.C.D. classes at Bergsons, driving fast . . . dislikes 
Monday mornings, Bergson's coffee, Spanish classes . . . my ambition 
is to be ambitious . . . usually seen with any body and everybody . . . 
usually says too much . . . remembers Mr. Cohen's jokes. 
Art Club 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Marshall 4. 





JANET MARIE SHANNON 
"Jan" 

likes Senior studies, cutting in lunch line, football . . . dislikes 1st 
lunch, homework, frizzy hair . . . my ambition is to be on time . . . 
usually seen with Betsey in Sydney . . . usually says "Do you have your 
Yearbook ads?" ... remembers skipping out of x-period. 
A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Cheering 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3; French 3, 4; 
Powderpuff 3, 4; Yearbook (Business Manager) 4; J.C.L. 2, 3, 4; 
Marshall 4; Rousers 1, 2, 3 (Secretary), 4; N.H.S. 4. 



DANA KEVIN SIMEONE 
"DK" 

likes the 'Cuda, Mr. Sheehan's classes, taking long walks on a beach 
or in a cemetery — at night . . . dislikes Tuesday afternoon football prac- 
tices, tripping on a date, wearing glasses . . . my ambition is to get 
my hair straightened . . . usually seen with John, Ralph, Paul . . . 
usually says "No, I'm going to Marshfield." . . . remembers Mr. Sheehan 
saying class participation counts % of the grade. 

Football 1, 2, 3, (Capt.) 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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NANCY LEE YOCUM 
"Nance" 

likes to smile, Dunkin' donuts on Friday mornings, Logan airport . . . dis- 
likes cracking knuckles, phonies, people who wear yellow & pink on Blue 
& White Day . . . ambition is to speak French and Spanish fluently . . . 
usually seen with Turner and/or DB . . . usually says "where's the spirit 
in this school?" . . . remembers Gracioso, August 2, Spirit Week. 
Softball 2, 3. 4; Powder Puff 3, 4; Class Secretary 1, 2, 4; Routers 2 
(Secretary), 3 (President), 4 (President); Majorettes 1, 3 (Co-Captain) 
3 (Captain), 4 (Captain); French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2-' 
Press Club 1 (Secretary); Marshall 4. 




JANE MABLE SOUTHER 

"Jane" 

likes Field Hockey, vacations, NHS studies ... dislikes Physics, Dirty 
food-splattered NSH tables, First period Gym Classes ... my ambition 
is to marry a millionaire and see the world . . . usually seen with Pam 
... usually says "Really?!" ... remembers the blankety-blank homework. 
Softball 1; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 1, 3, 4 (Pres.); 
Dramatic Club 2, 4; Yearbook Staff (Secretary); Outing Club 3 4 (V 
President); Marshall 3, 4; NHS 3, 4 (Secretary). 





SUSAN ANNE STOUGHTON 
"Slue" 

likes walking the beach in the rain, talking to Holly, bagels . . . dis- 
likes homework, conceited people, diets . . . my ambition is to travel 
& meet people of other countries . . . usually seen with Holly & Dianne 
. . : usually says "Oh, really?" ... remembers S.S.M.C., B.C. High, Girls 
State. 

Rousers 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; FTA 1; AFS 2, 
4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Capt.); Girls' State Representative. 



DIANNE ELIZABETH TALARICO 

"Di" 

Simon & Garfunkel, summers in Goshen, rings . . . dislikes curly hair, 
class meetings, getting up early ... my ambition is to have Physics 
legally outlawed . . . usually seen with Sue & Holly, Usually says 
'What?" . . . remembers Mr. Sheehan's "jokes." 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; High Times 1, Rousers 
1, 2; Softball 1 (Co-Capt.); Field Hockey 1, 2 (Co-Capt.); Glee Club 4. 





KENNETH E. THAYER, JR. 
"Kenny" 

likes OJT, race cars . . . dislikes school, working . 
be a race car driver . . . usually seen with the 
Mr. Dorr. 



. . his ambition is to 
guys . . . remembers 




CHERYL ANN TIBBETTS 

"Sherry" 

likes Larry, lasagna, driving . . . dislikes homework, 1st lunch, phony 
people . . . her ambition is to meet people . . . usually seen with "Jill and 
Larry" . . . usually says "Where do we go now?' '. . . remembers Is/ 
lunch, summer of '66, Mr. Mac's English class. 

Future Teachers, 1, 2; JCL 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; T.A.R.C. (Chair.) 
3, 4; Marshal 2, 3, 4. 





WILLIAM TERRENCE TILDEN 

"Terry" 

likes Chevys, 2:35 ... dislikes homework, lunches ... his ambition is to 
buy out Paul's Sunoco . . . usually seen with the Saint . . . usually says 
"What's up?" . . . remembers washing the NSH tables. 
Football 1; Stage Crew 4; Auto Club 3. 



MARK JOSEPH TIMPANY 

■ "Sock" 

likes progressive rock, skiing, Hingham . . . dislikes school dances, Col- 
lege Boards, "Sock it to me!" ... his ambition is to know true destina- 
tion ... usually seen with Strangers!?! . . .' remembers several teachers. 
Track 2, 4; Basketball 1; Cross Country 2, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Marshal 
3, 4. 




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FRED STEVEN TROY III 
"Bunga" 

likes persons, places and things . . . dislikes Tootsie Rolls, accusations, 
plans . . . my ambition is to be a good citizen . . . usually seen with 
older people . . . usually says "Let's" . . . remembers Big Sur. 
A.V. Club 2, 3; Stage Crew 2, 3; Baseball 2, 4. 



CATHY JEANNE TURNER 
"Turna" 

likes cold rainy mornings, tuna fish, "Dunkin' Donuts" . . . dislikes any 
type of math course, onions, my name spelled with a "K" . . . my 
ambition is to be able to solve a "Simple" math problem . . . usually 
seen with Debbie, Nancy, Grinz . . . usually says "But ... I don't 
understand. I'm starved!" ... remembers wild pajama parties, the 
beach at 3 A.M., summer '68. 

French Club 2- Treasurer, 3 and 4- President; Yearbook Organizations 
Editor; Senior Egg Day Chairman 4; FTA 3 (Treasurer); Rousers 2, 3, 
4; AFS 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Glee Club 1; Press 
Club 1 ; Powderpuff 3, 4. 





PATRICIA HELEN TUSING 
"Fatsy" 

likes RHB, Bikinis, workin' down the Beach . . . dislikes the Army, Good 
byes, waiting for the call . . . my ambition is to say "NO" to RHB . . . 
usually seen with Bobby and/or Grinz, Munt, Gangles, Stumpy, GRRR 
and Lyn . . . usually says everything very fast . . . remembers February 
10, '67, the beach and Bergie's, Europe. 

Rousers 2, 3; Field Hockey 3, 4 (Co-.Captain) ; Homecoming Chairman; 
Yearbook 4; Marshall 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Junior Varsity Cheering 1. 



EDWARD HOWARD WALL 
"Ed" 

likes "Vans," magical minds, people who are committed, concerned dedi- 
cated . . . dislikes hang ups, short hair, the unwise wise . . . my ambition 
is to shake the world . . . usually seen with a white Mustang, the crew, 
Ann Grinnell and no money . . . usually says "That's a real hang up" . . . 
remembers discussions with Ann Grinnell, the Sadie Hawkins Dance, 
Breaking Bob's Van, the $57.64 Vespa. 
Transfer Student — New Jersey. 




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JAMES WATSON 
"Benji" 

likes Gratto's Grocery store, Saturday nights, motorcycles . . . dislikes 
school, narrow-minded teachers, Sunday mornings . . . wants to live to 
be 105 years old . . . usually seen with the men . . . usually says "Now 
if I had an I.D." . . . remembers cold winter nights at the Bathouse with 
Keating; 8th grade Town Hall dances with Greena. 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage 1, 2; AV 1, 2. 



LEAH LINDA WHIPPLE 

"Flea" 

likes sailing, things done her way, Joe . . . dislikes football, wearing 
shoes, irresponsibility . . . her ambition is to live 9 different lives ... us- 
ually seen wth the gray bomber, the younger brother . . . usually says 
"Boy am I dumb" . . . remembers dance decorations, homework at the 
Day's, Class of '68. 

Student Council 1, 3, 4 (Vice-Pres.) ; Class Pres. 3; AFS 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Pres.); Art Club 1, 2, 3 (Pres.); Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 2, 3, 4; 
SEMSBA 1, 2; Softball 2 (Co-Capt.) 3, 4; NHS 3, 4. 





MICHELE RUTH WHITE 

"Diz" 

likes Wayne T., Scituate Harbor, weekends . . . dislikes car accidents, 
phony pepole who try to attract attention, Gym class . . . wants to be 
a nurse . . . usually seen with Wayne, Sis, the Gang . . . usually says 
"Trouble, let's skip out" . . . remembers Labor Day weekend, nights in 
Norwell, Scituate, Mr. Mac's English Class, JoAnne's house. 




HOLLY GALLEGOS WHITE 
"Hollister" 

likes a certain black felt hat, the number 13, backing out of Stoughton's 
driveway . . . dislikes people who live a lie, days when she doesn't get 
her homework done, frizzy hair . . . her ambition is to live a simple 
but fulfilling life . . . usually seen with Slue & Dianne . . . usually says 
"Be Good" . . . remembers Mickie Bishop, Tidey Town, calling wrong 
numbers, Hoy family, summer of '68, pink passes, B. C. High — B. S., 
T. H., J. C, A certain day sailer, St. Croix. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 4; Rousers 1; Art Club 
1, 2. 




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MICHAEL JAMES WILLARD 
"Mike" 

likes wine, women, song . . . dislikes no wine, no women, no song . . . 
my ambition is to join the Air Force . . . usually seen with any number 
of girls . . . usually says "On the count of two" . . . remembers at the 
Beach and Berg's. 

Transfer Student. 



DEAN ANTHONY WILLIAMS 
"Hinezy, Whipsy" 

likes running down the hall, Friday dismissal bell, ranking . . . dislikes 

shop class my ambition is to buy a new car . . . usually seen with 

anyone — whoever can stand me . . . usually says "Oh, I've got a hundred 
of those" . . . remembers Mr. Cohen's History class. 
Stage 2, 3, 4; A.V. 2, 3; Auto Club 3. 





DIANE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
"Diane" 

likes unauthorized vacations, Pat Kat & Co., New York vacations . . . 
dislikes dentists, accidents, hockey injuries . . . my ambition is to have a 
perfect attendance record . . . usually seen with Calore, Judi and 
Janice . . . usually says "Hey, there's a college today" . . . remembers 
March 22, 1968, the "Tent." 

Field Hockey 2, 3; Softball 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; 
Powderpuff 3, 4. 



WILLIAM BLAKE WOOMER 
"Willis" 

likes Chevys, N. Y. ... dislikes C.H.S. . . . my ambition is to be a 
manager of Bergson's . . . usually seen with Alfie, usually says "Is 
it fast?" . . . remembers being born. 
AV 1, 2; Basketball 1; Stage 1, 3. 




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Senior Awards 





STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXCHANGE 
Seated:. Stephanie Brundige, Lesley Ripley, Bonnie Keegan. 
Standing: Daniel Brennock, Mr. Cohen (advisor), David Mitchel. 




Most Talkative 




Janice Mardo and Joe McGrath 



Most Athletic Friendliest Wittiest 




Pam Hobbs and Mary Jo McGormack and Ann Grinnell and 

Bill McDonald Paul Middelmann Tim Carlson 



Class Couple 




Sally Day and Mike Greene 



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Done Most for C.H.S. 




Kandy Martin and Bob Cotter 



Most Likely 

Best Dancer to Succeed Class Blushers 




Janice Nardo and Jimmy Watson 



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Best Combination of 
Beauty and Brains 




Most School Spirit 




Nancy Yocum and 
Bob Cotter 




2^ 

Sally Day and Paul Middlemann 

Best Dressed Most Sophisticated 




Dale Edminster and 
Ed Wall 

Most Versatile 



Debbie Johnsen and 
Mike Healey 




Leah Wipple and Dana Simeone 



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Class Flirts 



Cutest 





Dale Edminster and Bob Rechner 



Nancy Damon and Harry Hanlon 



Best Looking 



Best Liked 





Mary Jo McCormick and Mike Greene 



Pat Tusing and Jimmy Watson 



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Most Disorganized 



Best Artists 




Cathy Turner and Mark Cifrino Joanne Gile and Ron Goodwin 




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Prophecy 



Although every Cohasset football game is a special event in itself, today's game is espe- 
cially important, for the entire class of 1969 is represented here for their twenty-fifth year 
reunion. Taking Mr. Davis' place in the announcers stand is sportscaster Casey Coleman 
and wife, Tina, a familiar couple about town. As the players warm up for the big game. 
Kandy Martin, newly elected president of the Boosters Club, is getting things ready for 
the crowning of the coveted Homecoming Queen award. Looking up at the stands, I see many 
members of our outstanding class — Tom and Charlene Jones, holding hands; Paul and 
Sue Neagle, new owners of Curtis Compact; Cathv and Bob Cotter with their fifteen chil- 
dren; siamese twins Patsy and Bobby Byrnes, and Margaret and Kay Benedict. Success 
hasn't changed our Gary Ainslie a bit. Cheryl Tibbetts is signaling us but nothing can be 
heard: probably due to the loud chatter of Linda Blair, Ann Maree, and Fred Troy. 1 
hear that Sharon Campbell is here, but no one seems to be able to see her. In case of 
accident, numerous nurses are on hand — Martha Duggan and Stephanie Brundige from the 
Ripley Road Nursing Home, and Michele White, Karen Smith, Nancy Damon and Lynda 
Gogill all from the Cohasset Knoll. Joanne Gile. a well-known artist, and Keith Codding- 
ton just drove up on their Honda 50's, leaving Sam Lincoln, president of Beechwood As- 
sociates, and his Mercedes in the dust. Several class members called in to say that they 
would be unable to be here today. Among them are Ed Wall, who is still cleaning up from 
last night's reunion; Amy Hollingshead, also detained because of last night's party; Lyn 
Congdon, because it's against her religion ; Donna Block, because she's cheering for Hull's 
team; Michael Healey, who is a guerilla fighter in South America; Leah Whipple, who 
is visiting Paul Middelmann in South Africa; Sue Stoughton, who is home sick; John 
Longo, who is on his way to Marshfield; Joe McGrath, who is campaigning with wife 
Betsey; and Bob Dutton, who is away. 

Several members of our class have finally put Cohasset on the map with their great suc- 
cess stories. For instance, Kathv Cashin, Star of the smash hit, "Funny Girl" is here with the 
Co-star of "The King and I," Tim Carlson. David Lehr, author of "Boy, Was I Red!", is 
busy signing autographs. Supreme Court Judge, Michael Smith is discussing the good 'ol 
days with police chief, Robert Rechner. Jane Souther is being commended for her new 
position as Dean of Women at Tufts University. Jce O'Donnell is fighting off dozens of 
swooning girls after the release of his tenth golden alLum. And finally, we have Lesley 
Ripley, Metropolitan Opera singer, who has promised to sing for us during half time. 

The field of sports is well represented here today. Olympic star, Holly White, is here 
.along with the winner of the men's downhill. Mark Timpany, and the Women's Open star 
Pam Hobbs. We also have the expected winner of the open golf tournament, Harry Hanlon, 
and track stars, Eric Aroner and Kevin Farrell. In addition. I can see Bill McDonald, able 
coach of the fantastic Boston Bruins, (who also recently bought Whitehead Beach to avoid 
further disturbances), with several of his team players — Gene Graham, "Barney" Robin- 



son, Greg Kramer, and the only female hockey player in the world, Mary Ellen Cifrino, 
Michael Greene, star spectator, has also broken a few records. 

Debbie Bartlett, who has maintained her nickname all these years, is heading the refresh- 
ment committee, aided by Sue Howarth and Bill Woomer, whose specialty is sliced chicken 
sandwiches with no lettuce. Janet Shannon is STILL collecting ads! 

People from all over town have showed up to watch the game and join in the festivities. 
Representing West Corner are William Nickerson, Mike Emanuello, Steve Kent, and Janice 
Nardo, who are holding up a banner reading "Lokie's for Fine Food." Judy Eman- 
uello, Joanne Dini and Dottie Anderson used their remaining stamped pink passes to skip 
today's festivities, but Mary Calorio, film star decided to come for awhile. Ku Rogers 
and Charles Maloney, instructors at Vic Tanney's, appear to be enjoying the stares of the 
admiring cheerleaders. Ann Grinnell, who opened up her OWN casual corner, and Dale 
Edminster. who owns the chain of ORIGINAL Casual Corners, are busy discussing the cloth- 
ing business, while Deboral Duncan keeps insisting that tobacco picking is much more 
profitable. 

We have a full and varied agenda of entertainment organized for half-time. Kris Jones 
is going to do a whistling solo; a few members of the New York Philharmonic — Danny 
Brennock, Bonnie Keegan, and Dana Simeone — are going to entertain us; Nancy Yocum, 
holder of the New England Award in baton twirling, is going to give us a demonstration; 
Ron Goodwin is going to show us some of his latest artistic masterpieces; and Mark 
Cifrino, Mr. Universe is going to bend steel in his bare hands and leap a few high buildings 
in a single bound. Also scheduled are a few lectures — Mary Ellen Martin, who is still at- 
tending classes for speech, is going to talk on foreign affairs, and Debbie Johnsen is going 
to give us a run down on her secret work at Cards & Shards. We also have various awards 
to be presented to those members of the class who have excelled in a particular area. Pre- 
senting the awards are James Benji Louie Watson, owner of our local hardware store, and 
Long Tall Sally Day, New York model. The first award goes to Denise Dolan for the amaz- 
ing feat of changing her hair color forty-two times in one week! The Old Man and The 
Sea award goes to none other than Dean Williams. The science award goes to Mary Jo 
McCormick for making many scientific contributions while researching at Babson College, 
and the last award goes to Hans Ekman for the courage and will power it took to leave all 
those Swedish beauties to come to our reunion. 

Among our late comers are Diane Williams, governess for the governor; Christine and 
Jerry Pattyson; John Sadler, Spanish professor at Haivard College; Richard Andrews and 
Fred Koed, co-owners of the South Shore Sports Car Lot; and Dave Mitchell, orthodontist. 

Just a few last minute announcements before the game begins; make-up for the Home- 
coming Queen and her court was done by Dianne Talarico, cosmetic coordinator, and cars 
are being supplied courtesy of Ken Thayer Associates, The Terry Tilden Corp., and Dave 
Clark Chevrolet. And now, on with the game! 

By Gail Petersc. 
Journalist for N. Y. Times 



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Class Will 



GARY AINSLIE leaves his Homecoming votes to a deserving junior boy. 

RICH ANDREWS leaves a blown 427 Vette in the parking lot. 

ERIC ARONER leaves Mr. Davis another son. 

DEBBIE BARTLETT leaves Mr. Campbell with a new personal secretary to 

take over the little room. 
KAY BENEDICT and Magret Hunt leave a lifetime supply of peppermint 

lifesavers to all the juniors. 
DONNA BLOCK leaves her "fickle finger of fate" award for Hull sup- 
port to CO. and J.L. 

DANNY BRENNOCK leaves Mr. Erbe various and sundry methods of solving 

Physics problems. 
STEPHANIE BRUNDIGE leaves a neater room to Mr. Lucas. 

MARY CALORIO leaves one slightly used pair of goalie shoes to Cathy 

Coleman. 

SHARON CAMPBELL leaves French class and Julia Child to Mr. Narkiewicz. 

TIM CARLSON leaves V.W. driving hints to anyone stupid enough to 

own one. 

CATHY CASHION leaves doing the announcements to junior boys. 

MARY ELLEN CIFRINO leaves Physics with a smile. 

KEITH CODDINGTON leaves a "Go Slow" sign to any deserving person on Hal- 
loween night. 

LYNDA COGILL leaves a bottle of Bayer aspirin to Mr. Vafides. 

CASEY COLEMAN leaves— maybe. 

LYN CONGDON leaves a 5'5" Florida orange. 

BOB COTTER leaves 2 votes to the next boy who runs for Student 

Council president. 

NANCY DAMON leaves her stilts to Mr. Cohen. 

SALLY DAY leaves a few feet to Miss Babaian. 

JOANNE DINI leaves Mr. Grant in peace. 

DENISE DOLAN leaves all of her lollipops to Mr. Dorr. 

MARTHA DUGGAN leaves Mr. Narkewicz in peace. 

DEBBIE DUNCAN leaves her weirdness to everyone. 

BOB DUTTON leaves Mr. Erbe Mass. State. 

DALE EDMINSTER leaves for Las Vegas as soon as possible. 

HANS EKMAN leaves his knowledge of A.F.S. 

JUDY EMANUELLO leaves a book of jokes to Mr. Plant. 

MICHAEL EMANUELLO leaves Mr. Collins a pamphlet on "How to Improve 

Your Strutting." 

KEVIN FARRELL leaves one deserving junior the answers to the Physics 

tests. 

JOANNE GILE leaves "Davis Math" to anyone who wants to take it. 

RONNIE GOODWIN leaves a roll of movie film to Mr. Collins. 

GENE GRAHAM leaves Bob Cotter one more date with his cousin. 

MICHAEL GREENE leaves the school to Kandy Martin and Bob Cotter. 

ANN GRINNELL leaves free rides on her scooter to any member of the 

faculty who will chance it. 

HARRY HANLON leaves Mike without any competition. 

MIKE HEALEY leaves two years of his life. 

PAM HOBBS leaves Miss Babaian with Bons reves. 

SUE HOWORTH leaves without her glasses (and without seeing). 

MARGRET HUNT and Kay Benedict depart hypertentiously. 

DEBBIE JOHNSEN leaves all the school's windows to anyone crazy enough 

to want to break them. 
KRISTEN JONES leaves whistling. 

TOM JONES leaves a lark in the boys' room for Harry. 



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Class Will 



BONNIE KEEGAN leaves her Nixon-Agnew sticker for Mr. Cohen and Mr. 

Gilmartin to fight over. 

STEVEN KENT leaves his brother Dave to cause more trouble. 

FRED KOED leaves the boys room. 

GREG KRAMER leaves the golf team without a star. 

CHARLENE KURTZ leaves the six other Kurtzes. 

SUSAN LIBBY leaves Punt to graduate with the seniors next year. 

SAM LINCOLN leaves his ashes. 

JOHN LONGO leaves knowing more and enjoying it less. 

CHARELS MALONEY leaves on the verge of an apocalyptically, moon-struck, 

cachectic, frenzies, and schozophrenic attack of nor- 
malcy. 

ANN MAREE leaves a care package in the girls room for the rest of the 

gang 

CHRISTINE MARKS leaves Miss Babaian her bamboo dancing. 

KANDY MARTIN leaves the lengths of skirts up to Mr. Cohen. 

MARY JO McCORMICK leaves old hearing aid batteries. 

BILL McDONALD leaves Whitehead to Dotty and Dennis. 

JOE McGRATH leaves being captain of the Marshals to any one that 

wants it. 

BETSEY McLELLAN leaves a four year old faculty pass to Mr. Erbe. 

PAUL MIDDLEMAN leaves an invitation to South Africa to Students and fac- 
ulty of C.H.S. 

DAVE MITCHELL leaves mother in the office for another year. 

JANICE NARDO leaves her pizzas to Mr. McCallum. 

PAUL NEAGLE leaves his Honda to Curtis Farms. 

GAIL PETERSON leaves a well-worn shovel in room 250. 

BOB RECHNER leaves. 

LESLEY RIPLEY leaves chorus with hope. 

DON ROGERS leaves Mr. Di without a comment. 

JOHN SADLER leaves nothing of value. 

JANET SHANNON leaves all the yearbook ads to next year's business man- 
ager. 

DANA SIMEONE leaves the 55 Italian jokes told to him by Mr. Di to Paul 

Baccari. 

JANE SOUTHER leaves long, long red hairs to be swept up. 

SUE STOUGHTON leaves the tennis team to her sister. 

DIANNE TALERICO leaves Santa's hair to Mr. Davis. 

KEN THAYER leaves the parking lot for a test track. 

CHERYL TIBBETTS leaves So. Weymouth to the next senior girls. 

TERRY TILDEN leaves St. John's with regrets and memories. 

FRED TROY leaves a "Lesson in Democracy" to C.H.S.. 

CATHY TURNER leaves the "donut" can to any teacher who would like 

to fill it. 

PATTY TUSING leaves the "Happy Corridor" to all the happy people at 

C.H.S. 

ED WALL leaves his Mustang to anyone who can feed it. 

LEAH WHIPPLE leaves her legs to the next year's track star. 

HOLLY WHITE leaves ABC gum to Mr. Sheehan. 

MICHELE WHITE leaves her classes to her sister and the other Beech- 

wooders. 

MIKE WILLARD gracefully leaves those lunches. 

DEAN WILLIAMS leaves a year's supply of Scope mouthwash. 

DIANE WILLIAMS leaves her book of J.T. passes to Cindy. 

BILLY WOOMER leaves his mommy alone in the library. 

NANCY YOCUM leaves her school spirit. 



FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATION 




Administration 




English 




Mathematics 




Mr. DiGirolamo 



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Mr. Dunn 




Mrs. Bates 



Music 



Mr. Davis 




Mr. Jancourtz 




Mr. Rogers 



Mr. Bowman 



Mr. Rudolph 



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Social Studies 




Mr. Kelly Mr. Barker 



Home Economics Reading 




Mrs. Wunschel Mrs. Glover Mr. Leach 



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Physical Education 



Mr. Dorr 





Mr. Chatterton Miss Babaian 

Commercial 





Miss Nelson Mrs. Lahage 

Industrial Arts 





Mr. Plante 



Mr. Hughes 



Guidance Library 





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Mrs. Pratt 




Mr. McCallum 



Mr. Leary 



Miss Holman 



Mrs. Woomer 



Juniors 




President: Frank Libby 
Vice President: Susan Luckey 
Secretary: Linda Macklin 
Treasurer: Nancy Chase 




Vicki Watkins 
Floyd Ansley 
Cynthia Davis 
Charles Marks 
Sandra Spinzola 
Erika Alert 
Mary Adele Burkt- 

Donna Green 
Maureen Healy 
Paul Bilodeau 
Joyce Salyards 
Lynn Pape 
Bill McLaughlin 
Carol Bartlett 

Peter Perroncello 
Jeanne Anderson 
Sally Young 
Dana- Prescott 
Debbie Knowles 
Nancy Chase 
Marybeth Ahearn 





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Sally McKinnon 
Todd Grisdale 
Hans Bowker 
Michael Maher 
Roberta Howe 
James McKinnell 
Diane Higgins 



Jeff Barrie 
Douglas Gordon 
Suzanne Marsh 
Laurel Laidlaw 
Cathy Walsh 
Peter Laney 
Susan Grayken 

Elizabeth Turner 
John Emmerich 
Lani; Tousley 
Alan Coblentz 
Robert Stanton 
Linda Macklin 
Nicki Florescu 



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Drew Quigley 
Sue Luckey 
Karen Spalt 
Ellen Hoffman 
George Havestro 
Roger Smith 
Michale Delaney 

Bonnie Carraher 
Hudson Carmody 
Peter Hasson 
Pat Hall 
Dennis Cornnors 
Leslie Russell 
Debbie Roper 



Kathy Oliver 
John Gile 
Richard Kiley 
Robert Thompkins 
Jack Silvia 
Paul Baccari 
Kim Martin 



Sophomores 




President: Paul Laugelle 
Vice President: Carol O'Donnell 
Secretary: Nancy Antoine 
Treasurer: Raymond Livingston 




Theresa Fox 
Elvy Turner 
Glenn Granger 
Alec Murphy 
Jean Lahage 
John Cogill 
Patrice Devin 

Nancy Antoine 
Mary Grayken 
Ted Macklin 
Robert Nickerson 
Danny Davis 
Robert Carter 
Gail Bilodeau 

James Higgins 
Russell Luker 
Sarah Souther 
Ruth Reddy 
Roxanne Ritter 
Jeanita Ainslie 
Kevin Prendergast 



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Sophomores 





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f~ -« Rowena Stamp 
/ U Mary Oldfield 
« C Vincent Sestito 
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7 Steve Mack 
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David Kent 


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■^L" A Robert Muir 
Tim O'Connell 
J a Tom Anslev 

Robert Kelleher 
Eileen Buckley- 
William Judd 




Francis Broderick 
Danny O'Donnell 
Pa*ula Ballerino 
Hilja Rautiala 
Sheila Sullivan 
Carly O'Donnell 
Tom Sinopoli 

Peggy Vecchione 
Merridith Golden 
Alec Murphy 
Peter Kurtz 
Rita White 
Janet McLaughlin 
Moira Londergan 

Gail Hubbell 
James Plank 
Domenic Saldi 
Scott McLean 
Nadine Rose 
Cathy Wheeler 
Linda Rowe 



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Freshmen 




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Scott Anderson 
Dennis Downes 
Pat Donovan 
Peter Kelliher 
Dennis Dolley 
Dana Williams 
Lyn Edminster 

Fred Moore 
David McNulty 
Jeanne Stoughton 
Ann Small 
Joseph Patrolia 
Jonathan Hill 
Susan Healy 



John Hoopes 
Fred Huntworth 
Patricia McCartha 
Ellen Barlow 
Sharon Harris 
Lynne Bjorklund 
Mike Young 



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John Florescu 
Jim Benedict 
Harold Ray 
Jimmy Fox 
Mary Newberry 
Phillip Lehr 
Randell Rosano 

John Mahoney 
Richard Mulligan 
William Dini 
Karen Bowker 
Linda Segrest 
Nunzio Colletti 
Jimmy Dean 

Robert Protrulis 
Nicholir Sinopol 
Roberta Risso 
Mike McDermott 
William Burbridg 
Richard Antoine 
Nicky Anderson 



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Freshmen 



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Jody Congdon 
Sara Brundige 
Kevin Bailey- 
Ann Charles 
James McGinnis 
Terry Green 
Pat Joyce 

Merry Lynch 
Ann Madigan 
Nancy Libby 
Donna Basmajian 
Douglas Pensinger 
Sue Maynard 
Coleen Walls 



Vaughan Pratt 
Laurie Goodrich 
Susan Jaeckel 
Andy Boyt 
Susan Roy 
Henry Zook 
Holly Knowles 







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David Keefe 
Jane Hall 
Bobby Walls 
James Figueiredo 
Stephen Cone 
Mary Turner 
Sandra Rowe 

Lisa Spalt 
Mike Smith 
John Sullivan 
Stephen Sadler 
Peter McNulty 
Sue Berry 
Francis G'' ian 



Darla Jackson 
Pheobe Field 
Pat Mulhern 
Pam Gile 
James Fiori 
Kathy Coleman 
Kathy Maher 



Eighth Grade 




Ann Mack 
Beth Muir 
Eric Ricketts 
Roberta McKinnel 
Brian Prendergas 
Karen Tewksberry 
Bobby Higgins 

Cheryl Albrecht 
Linda Thayer 
Karla Rose 
Eilken Sullivan 
Elizabeth Viola 
Jane Emerich 
Susan Sadler 



Jonathan Wilson 
Alison Woods 
Linda Kraft 
Stephen Kelly 
Marianne Haskell 
David Londergan 
John Sargent 




William Signorel 
Mark Delaney 
Natalie Young 
Billy Patrolia 
David Murphy 
Tommy Calorio 
Norris Plank 



Cathy Legget 
Kathy McCarthy 
Jill Duncan 
Diane Howorth 
Anne Evans 
Paul Donovan 
Joseph Fisher 

Mary Cotter 
Sharon McDonald 
Stephen Evans 
Jeff Badger 
Ralph Gjesteby 
Joseph Walsh 
William Carter 





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Janet Cline 
Martin Begian 
Billy Lord 
Stephen Hubbell 
Kathy Kelly 
Susan Coleman 
Randy Boscow 

Carl Berans 
Paul McCarthy 
Nina Steele 
Mary Hobbs 
David Cogill 
Jessie Mayer 
Peter Hoffman 



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Eighth Grade 






Tom Harrington 
Jeff Pratt 
Scott Stuart 
Kathy Fox 
John Pattyson 
Sherwood Ainslie 
Valerie Madge 



Brian O'Donnell 
Steven Keefe 
David Walsh 
Karen Farrell 
Debbie Dupre 
Peter Pratt 
Saldi Giustina 



Jayne Figueiredo 
Bonnie Kehoe 
Kate Sceery 
Linda Nickerson 
Joseph Jason 
Sheila Madigan 
Linda Conte 




Celine DeSantis 
Greta Towle 
Paula D'Onofrio 
Dianne Burbridge 
Eileen O'Connell 
Beverly McLaughlin 
Amy McClure 



Debbie Jones 
Susan Fernalld 
Leslie Ahearn 
Tom Barrie 
Daniel Basmajian 
Steven Tibbetts 
Jackie Kurtz 



Maria Jason 
Stephen Smith 
Fred Higgins 
Bruce Kiley 
Danny Ainslie 
Kim Coddington 
Marianna Giffen 




Ricky Sawyer 
Sheldon Ripley 
David Infusino 
Terry Prescott 
Danny Jones 
Debbie Nast 
Carol Paine 



Marianne Hughes 
Patricia Paterson 
Richard Place 
Brian Hill 
Francis Colin 
Maureen O'Brien 
Susan Piepenbrink 



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Seventh Grade 




Jane Goodfellow 
Dianne Bloomfield 
Karla Pearson 
Robert Pfaffman 
Suzanne Cone 
Douglas Thompson 
Paul Rooney 

Laurie Fessler 
David Smith 
Jimmy Cone 
Paula Emanuello 
Peter Gurnis 
Paul Frasier 
Peter Grimes 



William Shealspee 
Carol Shea 
Megan Lynch 
Greg Hoffman 
Lisa Laugelle 
Eric Knight 
Sandra Greene 







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Chris Douglass 
Pierce Cray 
Kevin McNeil 
Peter Pearce 
John Buckley 
Kathy Farren 
Bradford Clark 



Richard Yeager 
Ellen Tewksbury 
Dennis Sargent 
Arthur Howe 
Joseph Dooley 
Debbie Smith 
Joseph Rosano 

Gina Giuliano 
Margaret Signorelli 
Susan Kelly 
John Brewer 
Cathy Anderson 
Ed Block 
Philip Alexander 



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Wendy Chambers 
Pamela Bartlett 
Robin Butterwick 
Taylor Spalt 
Frederick 

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Laurie Woodruff 
John Quilty 



Peter Anderson 
Patrick Ahearn 
Michael Bailey 
Lee Dixon 
Emit Holt 
Jack McDonald 
Carol Goodine 



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Seventh Grade 




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Way Back in Elementary 




Kindergarten 




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Fourth Grade 




M.stoH Studios, hit 



Fifth Grade 




Sixth Grade 



1st row: B. Judd, E. Trayers, V. Sestito, J. Hagan, P. Baccari, Co-Capt. B. McDonald, Co-Capt. D. Simeone, B. Greene, B. Keating, 
F. Norris. 2nd row: Coach Dunn, Coach Collins, J. McGrath, S. Lincoln, R. Goodwin, B. Watson, M. Emanuello, D. Clark, D. 
Mitchell, G. Ainslie, B. Nickerson, M. Greene, C. Coleman, D. Keefe, Coach Dorr, Coach DiGirolamo, Coach Chatterton. 3rd 
row: J. Greene, F. Libby, P. Perroncello, J. Livingstone, M. Cisson, B. Broderick, H. Carmody. 




Dave Clark, Dave Mitchell Gary Ainslie 



Football - 1968 

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M. Greene, D. Clark, B. McDonald, J. Hagan, D. Simeone, P. Baccari, B. Keating, E 
Trayers, G. Ainslie, C. Coleman, V. Sestito 




B. Keating, D. Clark, D. Simeone, B. McDonald, J. Watson, E. Trayers, G. Ainslie 
P. Baccari, V. Sestito, B. Greene, B. Nickerson 



Coaches 




Mike Greene, Casey Coleman, Coaches Dorr 
and Di 



Co-Captains 




Bill McDonald, Dana Simeone 



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Homecoming 1968 



Homecoming Queen 
KANDY MARTIN 

HER COURT 
Sally Day, Lyn Congdon, Susan Howorth 
Debbie Bartlett, Maryjo McCormick 




Debbie and her Dad 




Lyn and Mr. Martin 




Sally and her Dad 




Kandy and her Dad 



Kandy smiles as she receives 
roses from Mr. Ripley. 





Sue and her Dad 




Maryjo and her Dad 



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Cross Country 



Varsity 




1st row: M. Timpany, D. Tosi, D. Brennock, M. Cotter, D. O'Donnell. T. O'Connell. 2nd row: H. Eckman, R. 
Cotter, K. Farrell, R. Cotter, P. Middlemann. K. Coddington. 



Jr. High 




We love 
you 
Coach 



80 



Seniors 




D. Brennock 



81 



Field Hockey 




Varsity 



Front row, left to right: M. Ahearn, M. E. 
Cifrino, H. White, P. Tusing, P. Hobbs, S. 
Libby, M. Calnrio, J. Souther. Back row: 
B. Kee gan (mgr.), M. J. McCormick (mgr.), 
M. Golden, P. Hall, K. Coddington, B. 
Keefe, J. Anderson, K. Martin, S. Sullivan, 
N. Chase, S. Grayken. 




Holly 



Calore 



Coach Babaian 



Junior Varsity 




Kneeling: S. Roy, S. Marsh, J. Hall, P. Gile, C. Williams, K. Coleman, J. Congdon, D. Williams, 
G. Martin. Kneeling in second row: P. Joyce, C. Patrolia, S. Healy, J. Stoughton, D. Devin, 
A. Charles, M. Goodwin, K. Haskell, P. McCarthy, K. Coleman. Standing: B. Keegan (Mgr.), 
N. Bilodeau, G. Bilodeau, S. Maynard, H. Knowles, N. Libby, K. Maher, S. Souther, D. Basmajian, 
M. J. McCormick (Mgr.). 



Junior High 



7th Grade 



8th Grade 




Kneeling: S. Thayer, M. Conlan, P. Antoine, K. Anderson 
(Co-Capt.), G. Giuliano (Capt.), P. O'Rourke, S. Kelley, P. 
Hanlon, A. Cifrino. Standing: S. Bloomfield, P. Przybylowicz, 
J. Basmajian, J. Neagle, K. White, C. Hart, L. Fesler, D. 
Powers, S. Begien, E. Joyce, P. Mulligan, E. Tewksbury, V. 
Souther. 



Kneeling: E. Muir, E. Sullivan, L. Ahearn, N. Young, K. 
Fitzpatrick, (Capt.), E. O'Connell, K. Kelley, E. Viola, C. 
Przybylowicz. Standing: Mrs. H. Pratt (Coach), M. O'Brien, 
B. Kehoe, N. Steele, K. Leggat, A. Enos, K. Tewksbury, L. 
Conte, P. D'Onofrio, D. Thompson, R. McKinnell, J. Cline, 
P. Paterson, (Mgr.) 



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Sitting it out 



Poor little finger 



win . . . win . . . WIN 



Basketball 

Varsity 




L to R: H. Eckman, R. Dutton, K. Coddington, K. Farrell, M. Emanuello, E. Aroner, D. Bren- 
nock, P. Baccari, J. Emmerich, N. Florescu, R. Cotter, W. McLaughlin, D. Quigley, Coach Chat- 
terton. 





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Closest we got to the Tech. 



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P. Hall. S. Libby, K. Coddington, S. Grayken, K. Martin, A. Grinnell (co-captain), P. Hobbs (co-captain), M. Healy, S. 
Spinzola. J. Anderson, M. Ahearn, E. Hoffman. 







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Cohasset . 


. . .29 




38 


Cohasset. 


. . .30 


Avon 


12 


Cohasset. 


. . .41 


Notre Dame 


35 


Cohasset. 


...55 


West Bridgewater . 


. 27 


Cohasset. 


. . .39 


Marshfield 


43 


Cohasset. 


. . .34 


Holbrook 


15 


Cohasset. 


. . .33 


Apponoquet 


21 


Cohasset. 


. . .52 


Norwell 


42 


Cohasset. 


. . .34 


East Bridgewater . . 


. 22 


Cohasset. 


. . .37 


Hull 


29 


Cohasset. 


. . .20 


Duxbury 


36 




OUR TEAM! 



finishing 3rd in 
their league! 



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Junior Varsity 




1st row: D. Jackson, J. Congdon, D. Block, S. Sullivan (co-captain), D. Williams, M. Fox, C. Walls. 2nd row: M. 
Londergan, S. Heally, C. Williams, D. Ritter, Mrs. White, D. Ballerino, J. Lahage, P. Gile, M. Duncan, C. Coleman. 





5 




Cohasset. . 


. .14 


Avon 


Cohasset. . 


6 


Notre Dame 




7 




Cohasset. . 


. .11 


Marshfield 


Cohasset. . 


. .17 


Holbrook 


Cohasset . . 


. .17 


Apponquet 


Cohasset. . 


. .12 




Cohasset. . 


6 




Cohasset. . 


6 


Hull 


Cohasset. . 


. .21 


Duxbury 



ff They try harder 



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Hockey 




Kneeling: J. Watson, B. McDonald, B. Keating, M. Smith, G. Graham, W. Robinson. Standing: J. Livingston, R. Carter 
T. O'Connell, T. Macklin, J. Gile, B. Broderick, S. Clark, S. Setino, Mr. McDermott. 



First Line Second Line 




S. Setino, J. Barrie, J. Livingston 



On Defense 




Ted, Bill, Johnny 



Our defense was the best in the league! With Bill's tough checking 
and Greg's fine saves, only twelve pucks got into the net. Greg's 
goal tending gave Cohasset five big shutouts including the win over 
Blue Hills. 



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Bill 



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Benji 



Mike 



CHAMPS COHASSET ? OR BLUE HILLS? 

8:56 remaining! Score 0-0. "Red Light Red Light! Tim 
O'Connell steals the puck, and he slaps! Red Light. Cohasset's 
stands rock as trumpets play "On Wisconsin," while others yell, 
"We don't mess around." The skating Skippers led by Coach Mc- 
Dermott excitedly hug each other. But one goal leads are not 
enough. As the Cohasset crowd continues to roar, Skip Carter 
flips one past the Blue Hills goalie. Only 4:30 more 2-0! The 
stands continue to shake as onlookers cheer, "We're No. 1." At 
two minutes Blue Hills pulls their goalie. Barney Robinson skates 
through the defense to score another. The fans scream as our 
Skippers skate down the ice with 55 seconds to get another Red 
Light. Tim fires one past the goalie. Three-two-one. 

"WE ARE THE CHAMPS." 
4-0. 




Gene 



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Bill taking it out 



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Cohasset. ... 10 

Cohasset 5 

Cohasset 5 

Cohasset 4 

Cohasset 6 

Cohasset 3 

Cohasset 5 

Cohasset 9 

Cohasset 3 

Cohasset 

Cohasset 4 

Cohasset 2 

Cohasset 3 



SCOREBOARD 

Holbrook 

Hull 2 

Randolph 1 

Blue Hills 2 

Oliver Ames 1 

Marshfield 

Stoughton 

Holbrook 1 

Hull 2 

Randolph 2 

Blue Hills 

Oliver Ames 1 

Stoughton 



We don't mess around ! ! ! 



JOHNNY G. clears it. 




All the way, Billy 



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SCOREBOARD 

Cohasset. . . .10 Avon 2 

Cohasset 4 Vo. Tech 

Cohasset 3 E. Bridgewater 5 

Cohasset 3 Duxbury 7 

Cohasset 4 W. Bridgewater 6 

Cohasset 5 Apponequet 7 

Cohasset 1 Norwell 5 

Cohasset 13 Marshfield 8 

Cohasset 2 Hull 1 

Cohasset 5 Avon 3 

Cohasset. . . . 10 Vo. Tech 2 

Cohasset 2 Holbrook 

Cohasset 2 Duxbury 3 

Cohasset 6 Hanover 5 

Cohasset 3 Norwell 6 



The '68 season was a close race for the pennant 
all the way till the last two games of the season. 
The '69 season promises to be an even better season 
because of the precision hitting and quick defense. 



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Softball 




R-l: 1st row: S. Sullivan, S. Day, S. Libby, N. Yocum, L. Whipple, M. Ahearn. 2nd row: S. Wetzler (manager), C. 
Williams, J. Anderson, B. Joseph, S. Grayken, P. Hall, N. Wood, Mrs. Pratt. 




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"Sue" 



'"Leah" 



29' 6" 




Dont' cross 'em up, Gary 



SCOREBOARD— '68 

Cohasset. . . .62 Bourne 51 

Cohasset. . . .65 Hull 48 

Cohasset .... 77 Holbrook 35 

Cohasset. . . .68 Norwell 45 

Cohasset. . . .68 Apponequet 45 

Cohasset .... 68 E. Bridgewater .... 45 

Cohasset. .. .68 Hanover 45 

Cohasset 59.5 Marshfield 53.5 

Cohasset. .. .68.5 Duxbury 44.5 

Cohasset. .. .65 W. Bridgewater .... 45 




Take a break time 



Following the Track team's second undefeated season 
in a row, Coach Davis splurged again and treated the 
team to ice cream cones. It was a pleasurable reward for 
a long hard season that began in March, with several 
members working out with weights and running in the 
new gym. The early preparation paid off as Cohasset 
trackmen dominated league competition, including Co- 
capt. Gary Ainslie in the 100 and the broad jump: Joe 
O'Donnell and Capt. Keith Coddington in the 440; Mike 
Greene in the \<> mile; Eric Aroner and Kevin Farrell 
in the mile; Paul Neagle in the 220; and Drew Quigley 
in the shot put. The team also performed extremely well 
in the class D State Championships. With several seniors 
going on to collegiate competition, coach Davis is left 
with a nucleus of promising junior and sophomore track 
stars: (hopefully) 



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Tennis 




Grinz Dale 



School 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 




6-1 


5-2 


4-3 


Marshfield 


won 


won 


won 




7-0 


5-2 


6-1 


Hanover 


won 


won 


won 




4-3 


6-1 


7-0 


Duxburv 


won 


won 


won 



"SCOREBOARD" 



Golf 




Cheering 




Top: Capt. Kandy Martin. Middle: Dana Prescott, Dale Edminster, 
Sheila Campbell. Bottom: Sally Young, Mae Burke, Debbie Knowles, 
Janet Shannon, Sally Day. 



Junior Varsity 




Across: Merrie Lynch, Mary Grayken, Capt. Barbara Joseph, Gail Hubbell. Janet McLaughlin. Down: Jean Ainslie, Lyn 
Edminister. Peg Vecchione, Sue Barry. 



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108 



ORGANIZATIONS 




■ 




Student Council 




Row 1: J ^Lahage, S. Luckey (Sec), K. Martin (Pres.), Mr. Shaw, L. Whipple, S. Day (Treas.), C. O'Donnell, P. 
Baccan r Libby B. McLaughlin, B. Cotter, D. Mitchell, L. Bloomfield, M. Delaney, Y. Edminster, M. Golden, M. 
Turner, J. McLaughlin, S. Roy, P. Gile, M. Rose. 





Two in one — Grinz and Ed. 



Marrying Sam and his referee. 



J.H. Student Council 




Row 1: G. Giuliano, P. Donovan, R. Sawyer (Pres.), P. Pratt, K. Kelly. Row 2: R. McKinnon, P. Bartlett, K. McCarthy, P. 

Dussosoit, R. Worth. Row 3: S. Dickson, S. Hubbell, M. Lynch. E. Tewksbury. 



American Field Service 




/. to R: M. Burke, B. McLellan, S. Luckey (Sec), L. Hoopes (V.P.), Mrs. Dunn, L. Whipple (Pres.), J. Anderson (Treas.), M. 
Cifrino, J. Dusossoit, J. Shannon. Row 2: D. Edminster, S. Grayken, J. Hagan, M. Cotter, P. Middlemann, H. Eckman, J. Barry, 
B. Keefe, S. Spinzola, M. Goodwin. Row 3: S. Campbell, M. Golden, P. McGrath, M. Pratt, H. White, B. Keegan, B. Carraher, 
S. Young, N. Chase, S. Campbell. 




One of those A.F.S. parties. Pin The Tail On The Donkey??? 



Ill 



Thoughts From Mel 



If I had to find one word to describe my A.F.S. year 
in Sydney, Australia — well, I couldn't do it. This past 
year has been exciting, fun, meaningful, terribly amusing, 
sometimes very sad and even depressing, but certainly 
very strengthening. There are a lot of things which I will 
always remember — the surf and landing in some poor, 
unsuspecting boy's arms when I tried it out; kangaroo 
shooting; being ridden around the school on shoulders; 
getting ready for my school's first dance; school uni- 
forms and book bags; singing in the "Mikado" and 
playing a love scene opposite another girl (that took 
acting!) talking to Kerry; wrestling with Grahame; 




A.F.S.'ers at a national park — eating as usual. 






My sister9 — Peta, Kerry, and I (and 
Nuffy). 



Mum and Dad 



Big brother Grahame (all 6'4" of him) 



horseback riding with Peta and coming home sore; 
seeing a jelly fish face to face. And there's been a lot 
which I've learned — how to be really happy; to live for 
today; to be enthusiastic; to care; and, perhaps most 
importantly, I've learned that people, no matter who 
or where they are, want happiness, friendship, peace, 
respect, and love. We aren't all really so different. 

I'd like to thank both A.F.S. clubs and all your penny 
days' givers for allowing me this opportunity to learn 
about myself, about people, and about our world. I 
learned to be alive this year — what could ever be 
greater? 




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Singing in the "Mikado" at Willoughby. 





My mother, father, and two brothers at home in South Africa. 



I spent a wonderful summer sailing. 




Dear Friends: 

From the time of my arrival in 
Cohasset. my stay has been a won- 
derful, exciting experience. Your 
warm friendliness and ready help 
has made my stay an extremely 
happy and full enjoyment of life. 
I am deeply indebted to you, the 
people of Cohasset, whose gener- 
osity and kindness has made this 
possible, and particularly to my 
family, the Barries, who have 
given me so many interesting and 
happy days. 

I hope that I have repaid at 
least part of what I owe you, and 
for the rest, I offer my deepest 
gratitude. This year has been, 
above all. a happy one, the memo- 
ries of which I will always cherish. 

Yours most sincerely, 
Paul 



My Sister Julie. 



Before a cross-country race. 



Thoughts From Paul 



113 



My weekend farm house in Dalsland. 



The Swimming Pool 




My summer house along the fjord 

114 



The first impression I had of Cohasset was sincere 
friendship and understanding of my problems. Cohas- 
set and its people are wonderful, and I soon made a lot 
of friends. I now feel as if I have two families and 
two homes. With help from my family, the McLaugh- 
lins, my friends, and my excellent teachers, my English 
has improved, and life has become easier. I have en- 
joyed this year more than any other year of my life 
and I will always remember the town and the people as 
the most important part of it. 

I hope that I have succeeded in helping a little bit 
toward a better understanding between the United States 
and Sweden. 

I would like to thank the American Field Service, 
especially its Cohasset Chapter, - and the people of 
Cohasset Chapter, and the people of Cohasset for the 
excellent opportunity that has been given to me to come 
over here and to learn so much, see so much, and meet 
so many wonderful Americans. 



Thoughts 
From 
Hans 



National Honor Society 




1st: J. Longo, M. Goodwin, K. Jones, K. Coddington, Mr. Leach, D. Johnsen, J. Souther, K. Benedict, D. Simeone. 2nd: S. Day, 
R. Thompson, C. Maloney, P. Middleman, T. Carlson, B. Dutton, H. Ekman, K. Winston, L. Bloomfield. 3rd: S. Campbell, M. 
Duggan, M. Pratt, D. Edminister, L. Ripley, S. Spinzola, S. Luckey, J . Shannon, L. Whipple. 




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French Club 



Spanish Club 




Row I: L. Ripley, K. Jones (treasurer), Mr. Fortin, C. 
Turner (president), M. Pratt (secretary), S. Spinzola. 
Row 2: L. Russell, L. Congdon, J. Shannon, D. Edminster, 
M. Cifrino, S. Luckey, E. Turner. Row 3: S. Campbell, N. 
Yocum, M. Duggan, C. Davis, N. Chase, K. Cashin. 




Row 1 : C. Turner, G. Petersen (sec.), S. Day (president), 
D. Brennock (v.p.), D. Edminster. Row 2: P. Neagle, A. 
Grinnell, J. McGrath, R. Smith. 



Rousers 




Row 1: A. Grinnell, S. Libby, B. McLellan, B. Joseph, M. Cotter, C. Maloney, P. Neagle 
(v.p.), Mr. Leary, N. Yocum (president), D. Prescott (sec), P. Hobbs, K. Coddington, R. 
Cotter, S. Grayken, D. Brennock. Row 2: M. Cotter, B. Carraher, C. Bartlett, M. Pratt, J. 
Shannon, M. McCormick, M. Cifrino, D. Edminster, S. Luckey, M. Burke, S. Young, C. 
Turner, N. Wood, J. Anderson. Row 3: R. Yocum, S. Campbell, D. Knowles, N. Keegan, G. 
Giuliano, N. Chase, C. Davis, S. Roy, L. Edminster, K. Bowker, S. Campbell, P. Bartlett, V. 
Souther, J. Emmons. 



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Dramatic Club 




K. Benedict, C. O'Donnell, L. Russell, Mr. Reade, L. Maeklin, P. McGrath, R. Stamp, J. Souther. Row 2: C. 
Smuilen. D. Edminster, S. Henry, M. Healey, P. Middlemann, J. McGrath,- C. Maloney, K. Jones, B. Keegan. 
Row 3: L. Hoopes, M. Golden, D. Duncan, L. Allen, K. Haskell, A. Madigan, K. Cashin, S. Campbell. 




Show Director, Mr. Reade Appearing in "Ten Little Indians" Carly O'Donnell works on 

grafts a Mustache on Mike were Kathy Cashin, N. Murray, Roger Stauss' hair. 

Healey. and Scott Henry. 




Mike Maher, Rowena 
Stamp, and Paul Mid- 
dleman 



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Junior High Dramatic 



Club 




First row I to r: R. Singer, R. Butter- 
wick, K. Sceery, K. Rose, M. Cotter, N. 
Young, B. Kehoe, K. Rever, A. Woods. 
Second row: S. MacDonald, A. Enos, 
K. Golden, C. DeSantis, K. Collins, 
L. Turner, S. Madigan, N. Pegrara. 
Third row: N. Bowen, B. Nuir, C. Pear- 
son, B. Figueiredo, L. Ahearn, E. Sul- 
livan, R. Patrolia, S. Femalld. 



Language Lab Crew 




First row I to r: C. Fink, E. Gjesteby, 
Mr. Fortin, P. Baccari, M. Delaney. 
Second row: R. Kiley, J. Gile, B. Mc- 
Laughlin, F. Libby. 



Stage Crew 



L. to R.: D. Williams, R. Andrews, W. 
Tilden. 




Troll 




Row 1: S. Spinzola, L. Macklin, D. 
Johnson, K. Benedict, M. Mahoney, R. 
Cotter, Mr. MacDonald, M. Healey 
(Pres.), L. Tousley, M. Tewksbury, J. 
Anderson, D. Edminster. Row 2: J. Hall, 
M. Lynch, M. Turner, D. McNulty, J. 
Gile, P. Middleman, T. Carlson, F. Rich- 
ards, V. Rizzo, M. Cotter, M. McDer- 
mott, C. Smullen, B. Carraher. Row 3: 
L. Hoopes, D. Knowles, S. Campbell, M. 
Pratt, S. Young, M. Delaney, P. Mc- 
Carthy, J. Congdon, S. Luckey, B. 
O'Neil, P. Gile, L. Edminster. 



Press Club 




S. Campbell, L. Macklin, D. 
Edminster, M. Cotter (Edi- 
tor), Mr. Raccuia, M. Cifrino, 
G. Petersen. Row 2: B. Car- 
raher, J. Cifrino, R. Cotter, J. 
Gile, B. McLaughlin, S. Spin- 
zola, S. Luckey, L. Russell. 
Row 3: S. Campbell, H. 
Carmody, E. Turner, B. 
O'Neil, M. Pratt, S. Young, 
R. Mitchell. 



Junior Classical League 



B. Keegan, Mr. O'Neil, B. 
McLellan (Pres.), J. Shannon. 




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Outing Club 




1st row: B. Keegan (Sec), H. Bowker (Pres.), B. Fesler, J. Souther (V.P.), P. Hobbs 
(Treas.). 2nd row: D. Johnsen, R. Mulligan, H. Eckman, K. Jones, C. Maloney. 3rd row: 
R. Mitchell, C. Jones, K. Bowker, N. Keegan, B. Fielding. 




on the mountain . . . 



Ski Club 




1st row: J. Congdon, S. Roy, A. Boyt, D. Keefe, J. Florescu, D. Williams. 2nd row: J. Hoopes, D. Devin, A 
Charles, P. McCarthy, J. Dean, S. Berry, C. Seeley. 3rd row: E. Barlow, D. Basmajian, C. Coleman, V. 
I'ratt. R. Mitchell, L. Edminster, N. Bilodeau. 



Future Teachers Club 




Bottom row (I to r): Joe McGrath (vice president), Mrs. O'Neil, Jane Souther 
(president), Nancy Chase (secretary) (treasurer). Top row (I to r): Nancy Keegan, 
Maribeth Ahearn, Pam Hobbs, Gina Giuliano. 




Marshals 




Where's Joe? 



'Chief" 




Bottom row (1 to r): Nancy Chase, Susan Grayken, Lyn Congdon, Patty Tusing, Pam Hobbs (co-captain), 
Mr. Cohen, Joe McGrath (co-captam), Nancy Yocum, Janet Shannon, Dale Edminster. Second row: Maribeth 
Ahearn, Jane Souther Dave Mitchell, Greg Kramer, Bob Dutton, John Sadler, Keith Cottington, Debbie 
Knowles, Pnscila McGrath. Top row: John Longo, Peter Perroncello, Gary Ainslie 



District and 
Semsba 



Row 1: L. Whipple, L. Bloomfield, B. Keegan. Row 2: L. 
Ripley, C. Maloney. E. Fielding, J. Hunt. M. Duggan. 





Senior High 
Band 



Row 1: D. Brennock, J. Talarico, M. 
Mahoney, P. Hobbs, T. Patrolia, Mr. 
Rogers, T. Carlson, C. Ketchuni, B. 
James, E. Pearson, K. Jones. Row 2: 
C. Nast, D. Basmajian, D. McNulty, L. 
Bloomfield, B. Keegan, J. Hunt, S. 
Henry. C. Fink, C. Patrolia. P. Lehr, M. 
Tewksbury, D. Jones. Row 3: M. Hen- 
derson, P. McGrath, E. Fielding. R. 
Guilfoyle, S. Roy, N. Murray, S. Healy, 
J. McGinnis, R. Tosi, V. Pratt, C. Smul- 
len, L. Watrous, R. Singer, N. Steele, L. 
Whipple, N. Wood, D. Simeone, M. 
Ahearn, H. Zook, N. Keegan, J. Naj- 
jar. 




Junior High 
Band 



Row 1: S. Kelley. R. Watkins. G. Sarg- 
eant, N. Pegram, D. Burbridge. P. 
Alexander, K. Sceery, C. Pearson. D. 
Ainslie, Mr. Bowman, J. Pratt, K. Baker, 
K. Schlacter, K. Collins, D. Dupre, B. 
Figueirdo, P. O'Donnell. E. Sorrentino. 
Row 2: T. Barrie. P. Anderson. D. 
Nast, J. Badger. G. Giuliano. C. Hart. 
P. Hood, A. Wood, L. Dickson. A. Enos. 
R. Higgins. R. Gjestby, M. Begien, P. 
Frazier, T. Carbone. Row 3: G. Towle, 
T. Prescott, M. Hobbs, K. Anderson, D. 
Jones, D. Murphy, J. Mayer. J. Roberts. 
S. Hubbell, W. Lord. J. Neagle. J. 
Basmajian, H. Taylor, S. Beqien. Row 
4: E. Tewksbury, D. Bloomfield. G. 
Campbell, M. Murphy. R. Yocum. C. 
Piepenbrink. M. Trask, D. Sorrentino. 
K. Fielding. B. Skylar. J. Aroner, S. 
Macklin, H. Hammer. 



Senior High 
Chorus 



Row 1: Sandra Spinzola, C. Maloney, 
G. Petersen, L. Ripley, Mr. Rudolph, 
M. Smith, D. Block, K. Jones. Row 2: 
J. Emanuello, M. Goodwin, B. Keegan, 
D. Johnsen, D. Edminster, H. Aulick, 
S. Brundige, B. O'Neil, S. Luckey, C. 
O'Donnell. Row 3: P. McGrath, S. 
Young, P. Joyce, C. Jones, M. Duggan, 
M. Brown, J. Nardo, D. Williams. 





Junior High 
Chorus 



P. Bartlett, A. Enos, S. Kelley, J. 
Fisher, K. Golden, Mr. Rudolph, H. 
Munroe, K. Collins, A. Woods, G. 
Giuliano, D. Walsh. Row 2: S. Green, 
M. Lynch, P. O'Rourke, S. Clark, K. 
Anderson, R. Taylor, J. Neagle, T. 
Carbone, A. Chase, P. Buckley, G. 
Towle, R. Yocum. Row 3: P. Hanlon, S. 
MacArthur, N. Pegram, D. Bloomfield, 
K. Farren, E. Joyce, A. White, P. 
Mulligan, B. Figueriedo, P. Hammonds, 
E. Tewksbury. 





To Aid Retarded 
Children 



Debating 
Society 



First row I to r: L. Bloomfield, R. 
Kiley, Mr. Sheehan, B. Joseph, J. 
Kern. Second row: N. Wood, K. Has- 
kell, P. Guilfoyle, B. Fielding, R. Mitch- 
ell. 



L to r: S. Tibbetts, Mr. MacDonald, 
Mr. Prescott, K. Jones. 




Majorettes 




Front: L. Rowe, N. 
Yocum. Second row: J. 
Gates, S. Rowe, B. Mc- 
Lellan, L. Siegrist. R. 
Reddy. L. Spinzola. 



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A.V. Club 




125 



Photo Club 




Left to right: Standing: D. Tosi, L. Tousley, 
A. Murphy, D. Connors, M. Mahoney. Sit- 
ting: L. Henderson, K. Spalt, Mr. Lucas, L. 
Macklin, L. Hoopes, E. Hoffman. 



Research in 
Rocketry 



Standing: J. McNabb, J. Walsh, J. Coddou. 
Sitting: M. Pearce, R. Singer, M. Begien. 



Junior High Art Club 





Standing: J. McNabb, G. Campbell, M. Lynch, C. Berens, J. Brewer, D. Sorrentino, J. Aroner, C. Pearson. 
Sitting: T. Barrie, K. Collins, S. Evans, Miss Pride. E. Knight, R. Boscow, K. Tewksbury. 



Junior High Science Club 




127 



Candids 




Candids 




Patty's at it again "Shoo-ah" "I passed!!" Marshal muscle "Ban won't 

power wear off . . ." 



129 



The Class of '69 will never forget: 




Han's Hair 



a Ppri s 



Grin **ha t 



The Winning Track Team 




THE PHYSIC'S SCANDAL 



'° Uncil elect; 



sneaking out 



first ^lk stuHv 



HOCKEY TEAM 




WK'HF>#^ 



Mr. Poor 



<*>ed PJ parties 



CH.s 



TL RNA'S TREE 



Flower Power Dance 



Mr. Davis's fudge factor* 



"see va "round I he campus 




PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Andrews 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bartlett, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. George Benedict 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Blair 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Block 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Brennock 
Mr. and Mrs. Emery J. Brundige 
Mr. and Mrs. Pasquaie J. Calorio 
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Campbell 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Carlson 
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Cashin 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Cifrino 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cifrino 
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Clarke 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Coddington 
Cohasset Police Association 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Coleman 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Cotter 
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton H. Day, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Dini 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Dolan 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Duggan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Edminster 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emanuello 

Samuel F. Esposito 

Mr. and Mrs. Amos W. Gile 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Goodwin 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Greene 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Grinnell 

Mrs. Patricia Hanlon 

Capt. and Mrs. John J. Healey 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton W. Howarth 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hunt 

Capt. and Mrs. Arthur W. Johnsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Ashley F. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Keegan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bertel V. Koed 



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Mrs. Dorothy Kramer 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kurtz 

Mr. and Mrs. Juergen Ladendorf 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Libby 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Longo 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Maloney 

Mrs. Robert E. Maree 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Marks 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Orin K. Martin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. McCormick 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McDonald 

Capt. and Mrs. Thomas D. McGrath 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. McLaughlin 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. McLellan 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nardo 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Neagle, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Nickerson 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Donnell 



Ted Patrolia 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Rechner 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Rogers 

Rotary Club of Cohasset 

Mr. and Mrs. John Sadler 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Simeone 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stoughton, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Talarico 

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Telesco 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Tibbetts 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tilden 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Timpany 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wall 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Whipple 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. White 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Williams 

Mrs. Mildred D. Woomer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Yocum 



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MEDICAL PROFESSION 

Albert H. Cline, M.D. 

Francis X. Mahoney, D.D.S. 
William G. Matteson, D.M.D. 
Richard D. Monsees, M.D. 
James E. Moriarty, M.D. 
Frederick F. O'Brien, M.D. 
Robert J. Riley, D.M.D. 
Robert T. Sceery, M.D. 
Robert S. Schwab, M.D. 
Richa'J B. Singer, M.D. 
Richard R. Smith, M.D. 
C. David Thompson, O.D. 

LEGAL PROFESSION 

Roger B. Coulter 
William D. Crosby 
James R. DeGiacomo 
Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 
John F. Elliott 

Daniel F. Featherston, Jr. 
William J. Fitzgerald 
Richard D. Leggat 
David E. Place 

Richard A. Sullivan 



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and 

Domestic Fruits 

Fresh Vegetables A Specialty 
Open Sundays 7 to 6 
Hingham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

BROOKS PHARMACY 



DANIEL J. GAITINGS, JR. 
Registered Pharmacist 
North Scituate 
545-1020 



749-9835 

BAKER'S 
5* to $1.00 STORE 

29 Main Street, Hingham 
Featuring Quality Brands 

Rust Craft Cards and Gift Wraps. 
Dainty Dot Hosiery, Buster Brown 
Socks and Children's Wear. 

Redheart Yarn 
Haines Underwear 
Gordon Underwear 



Telephone 383-0316 

IRVING C. BLOSSOM 
& SON 

Painter and Paperhanger 

139 Border St. Cohasset 



Graduation — Watches 



D. S. CAMPBELL 
Jeweler 



50 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



383-0731 



W. D. CASH IN 
COMPANY 



Boston, Mass. 
Industrial Specialties 



RENE G. CHIASSON 



Plumbing and Heating 

75 Elm Street 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 



383-1041 





ARTHUR L CLARK 



License No. 5608 
Plumbing and Heating 



175 Hull Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 
Telephone 383-1 195 



Compliments of 



C. CRAWFORD 
HOLLIDGE 




DONALD E. CLARK 



License No. 7247 



192 Hull St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Compliments of 



COHASSET 
COLONIALS 



Best Wishes 

COHASSET 
FIREFIGHTERS' 

RELIEF 
ASSOCIATION 



Cohasset Motors, Inc. 



SALES 



SERVICE 




FORD 



Shop the Big Lot — A- 1 Used Cars 



Route 3A 

400 Chief Justice Cushing Highway — 
Cohasset 

383-0450 



Compliments of 



COHASSET 
DEMOCRATIC TOWN 
COMMITTEE 



COHASSET HARDWARE CO. 
INC. 

COHASSET VILLAGE 
Free Delivery 383-0185 



COHASSET 
LUMBER COMPANY 

Cohasset, Mass. 

Lumber and Building 
Materials 
Pittsburgh Paints 
Telephone 383-0830 



COHASSET NEWS STORE 

office supplies 
cards and stationery 



ARTHUR and VIRGINIA HUNT 
25 South Main Street 







139 




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Best Wishes to 
the Class 
of 

1969 



COHASSET 
SAVINGS BANK 



13 Elm Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



Compliments of 

COHASSET VILLAGE 
BOOKSHOP 



REAL ESTATE AND CUSTOM BUILDING 
ANYWHERE ON THE SOUTH SHORE 

Eleanor Collins, Realtor 

Multiple Listing Service 




383-9550 
383-0965 



5 South Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 



Good Luck to the Class of '69 



COHASSET 
WINTER GARDEN, INC. 



Route 3A Cohasset 



THE 

COUNTRY PACKAGE 
STORE 
INC. 



North Scituate 545-101 I 



CONJVENIENCIEJOOD STORE 

OPEh^lDAILY 
8 A.M. TO 1 1 P.M. 
INCLUDING SUNDAYS FOR 

AND HOLIDAYS YOUR 
CONVENIENCE 



£1 



52 South Main Street 
Cohasset Village 



CURTIS 



COMPACT 



Good Luck to the 
Graduating Class! 

CUSHING PLAZA 
PHARMACY 



REAL ESTATE 
MORTGAGES 
INSURANCE 
APPRAISALS 



TELEPHONE 
383-9100 
NOTARY 
PUBLIC 

77 



STEVE DWYER ; 
REAL ESTATE 




779 Cushing Way, Route 3A, 
Cohasset, Mass. 



FASHION FABRICS 



North Scituate Cohasset 



EDWARD M. FLEMING 



Hardware and Gifts 



BENJAMIN FINN CO., INC. 

(Wholesale 97/ eals 
STRIPS - TENDERLOINS - RIBS 



84 NEWMARKET SQUARE 
BOB DUNCAN BOSTON. MASS 

GENERAL SALES MANAGER (617) 445-1414 



VILLAGE SUB SHOP 



778 Country Way 
North Scituate 



Open 7 Days I l-l I 




Good Luck Graduates 



FRANK GILMAN REALTORS 



Agents for Esposito Construction Co. 
Quality Builders 



Route 3 A 38J-038I 



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3 Chairs 
383-1610 

GINO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

Cushing Plaza — 3A 
Cohasset 

Ladies' Haircutting 

Open Six Days, Closes 6:00 

Fri. 9:00 P.M. 



Diamonds 
Towle Sterling 



Movado, Bulova 
Hamilton Watches 




Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 
383-1755 



Compliments of 




HEFFERNAN'S 


HENNESSY NEWS 


CARPET CENTER 




Route 3A Tedeschi's Center 
Cohasset 383-0700 


118 North Street 
Hingham 

749-9703 


749-9715 






Compliments of 






flufe^l 23 MAIN ST. 

HINGHAM SQUARE 


HIGGINS & FARWELL 



BOYS 

Help Keep America Beautiful 
Get a Haircut! 
Best Wishes 

JIM'S BARBER SHOP 

780 Country Way 
North Scituate, Mass. 



LARAMY 
PRODUCTS CO., INC. 

130 Chief Justice Cushing Way 
Cohasset, Mass. 

Plastic Welding Equipment 

383-1590 










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Compliments of 

LEHR & BARNS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



200 North Main Street 
Cohasset 



,LIDO TRAVEL, INC. 
DONALD FLOCKE, President 



Cushing Plaza Route 3A 
Cohasset 

383-1980 

Hours: 

Mon.-Sat. 9:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. 



LOKIE'S 



235 Hull St., West Corner 



Italian Food at Its Best! 
Pizza Our Specialty! 



Ask for "Lokie" 



EV 3-961 1 EV 3-0544 



— DRIVE SAFELY— 

The Lives You Save Could Be Yours 
"ICBOOM" 

TRUCK DRIVERS 
ARE PROFESSIONALS 



Regard Their Directional Lights 
and Hand Signals 



LITCHFIELD'S 
EXPRESS INC. 



Over a Century of 
Dependable Daily Service 



Telephone 383-0553 
Cohasset Harbor 
Socony Products 

MARKS 
SERVICE STATION 



120 Elm Street 
Road Service 



MANUEL A. MARKS 
Proprietor 



MONA FRIEL 



Hair Stylist 



Five Stage Coach Way 



Cohasset, Mass. 
383-1490 



MONROE CO. 
of 
Quincy 



Plumbing 

and 
Heating 
Supplies 



Wholesale only 



Table Linen — Bed Linen — 
Custom Draperies 
Curtains — Bedspreads — 
Bath Accessories 

THE LINEN CHEST 



Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 
383-1 198 



MONTILIO'S 
PASTRY SHOP 

Calces for All Occasions 
Italian and French Pastry 

383-1615 

Route 3A Cushing Plaza 
Cohasset, Mass. 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

Our 1969 Graduates 



PRENTICE BROWN 
CHEVROLET, INC. 



Cohasset 
Route 3A 383-9090 



NELSON 


PAUL'S SUNOCO 


MUSIC SHOP 


Service Station 


in the Village 


Road Service 


Records, Music, Lessons 


PAUL ST. JOHN (Prop.) 




151 So. Main St. 




Cohasset 




Compliments of 


Good Luck to the 




/"M C 'Art 

Class of 69 


COHASSET 




REPUBLICAN TOWN 




COMMITTEE 


PURITY SUPREME 






To the Future Leaders 




of Our Country 



ELENA SESTITO-FLORIST 




Station St. 
Hingham, Mass. 

749-2045 



S. Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 

383-1966 








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TEL.: 383-9646 




ROBBINS GARAGE 

Specializing in Ignition 
and Carburetion 
and 

Complete Fordomatic Service 

405 N. Main St. 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 

WAYNE H. ROBBINS 



ROCKLAND TRUST 
COMPANY 

Rockland — Scituate — Hull — 
Cohasset — 'Rockland Plata 
Marshfield — Hanson — Hanover — 
Dux bury — Plymouth 
Norwell— Halifax 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE 
CORPORATION 



SILVIA'S 
AUTO BODY 



Compliments 
of 

ROCKY ROSANO 



Compliments 
of 

LOUIS N. SIMEONE 



SMITH 
APPLIANCE 

Authorized Sales and Service 
Maytag — Philco— Kitchenaid — 
National Disposers 

Service and Parts for All Makes 
405 Chief Justice Cushing Way— 3A— 
Cohasset 383-0576 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1969 

SIMON & SONS 

Gushing Plaza 
South Shore Plaza 



HATHERLY L SOUTHER 

Electrician 

Lily Pond Lane Cohasset, Mass. 



Light Weight Food for 
Hungry Outdoorsmen 

STOW-A-WAY 
PRODUCTS CO. 

Freeze Dried and Dehydrated 
Food Specialties 
Over 100 Items 
103 Ripley Road, Cohasset 
383-9340 



THE 



OPEN EVENINGS 



BEAUTY SHOP 



CUSHING PLAZA 
COHASSET, MASS. 



EV 3-9617 



Compliments of 

FREDERICK 
SULLIVAN 



Sales Cleaning 

TOWN & COUNTRY 
CARPET CO. 

Specializing in 
Wall-to-Wall Carpets 
383-1832 Cushing Plaza 




viano 

COMPANY 



GIFTS-DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 

Antiques — Bought and Sold 

CUSHING PLAZA— ROUTE 3A 
COHASSET 383-1076 



VILLAGE 
APOTHECARY 

"Your Prescription Store" 
64 S. Main St. Cohasset, Mass. 
PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY SERVICE 
TEL. 383-0080 



Compliments of 

JAMES S. KELLEHER, 

Building Construction 

1050 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 02169 



INC. 











Compliments 

and 
Best Wishes 

to 

Our Boys and Girls 



From 




111 
III 



PETERSEN 
insurance agency 

Three Generations 
of Family Service Since 1898 

PETERSEN 

realtors,, „ 

Oldest Established 
Real Estate Office on the 
South Shore 



26 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 02025 
383-1900 



E- Lawrence Parkor. Jr 
A. Fred Petersen 
Frederic H Wood, Jr 
Frank J. Pattison 




1 52 



&>4<zAdet, Inc. 

3 NORTH MAIN STREET 
COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS 02025 

Service to the Community 
for All Ages 



Light Heat Power 

STEPHEN F. WIGMORE 

Electrician 

Installation Repairs 
Cohasset, Mass. 383-1757 



SOUTH SHORE 
NATIONAL 

has no-service-charge 
checking accounts. 

$100 is all you have to keep 
in your account. You still 
get all the service, you 
fust don't have to pay 
for it any more. 



Cohasset, Cohasset Village 
545-4200 




SC ITU ATE 
HARBOR 

North Scituate 



MITCHELL'S 

Repair Shop 

Cohasset, Mass, 
Route 3A 

383-0497 




Best of Lucie to the Class 
of '69 

WOOLWORTH'S 

TEDESCHI'S PLAZA 
Mon.-Sat. 9:30-9:00 







153 



VIEL GLUCK! 




autohaus 



ROVER 

m 





Authorized Sales and Service 
Expert Service Available for All 
Imported Makes 
Cushing Plaza 

383-0095 



Ferrari ^ 




FRED GRASSIE (Proprietor) 
383-9623 



FRED'S 




SERVICE 



Pioneer Chain Saws 

ROUTE 3-A— POND STREET 
COHASSET, MASS. 



Phone EVergreen 3-1600 

M. A. STREET 
Insurance Agency 

Route 3A Cohasset, Mass. 
LIONEL A. STREET Res. LI 5-0580 



MILL RIVER 
MARINE CORP. 

Complete Marine Service 
Marine Hardware 
Homeli+e Johnson 
Sales and Service 

Cohasset Harbor 383-0390 



Driveways Plowed — Rubbish Pickup 
Lawns Rolled — Landscaping 

ANTHONY C. SESTITO 

185 S. Main Street, Cohasset 
383-9455—383-0176 




FOR A LIFETIME 
OF PLEASURE 



INEXPENSIVE TO OPERATE 

EARLE A. C. BESTICK 



105 RIPLEY ROAD 

COHASSET, MASS. 



EASILY MAINTAINED 



383-9290 



SAUNA BATHS 



24 Hour Phone: 848-1290 




golette 

351 Forest Ave. Cohasset 

Member 
Multiple Listing Service 



J. A. KEALEY— 
Builder 



383-0765 



NEW HOMES 

Cedar Acres — Forest Ave. 
Swimming Pool 
Tennis Courts 



383-0125 



383-1623 



ARTHUR O. WOOD 
& SON 

CARPENTERS— BUILDERS 

Dealer for Barber-Colman Co. 
Overhead Doors 

151 Beach Street, Cohasset, Mass. 



NORMAN F. JAMES, SR. 
TAXI SERVICE 

Cohasset* 383-0890 

MRS. WM. H. TAYLOR, JR. 

383-0584 







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Complete Medicare Service — Sales, Rentals, Hospital 
Beds and Wheel Chairs 
Surgical Supplies Wholesale and Retail 
Public Health Station 
Blue Cross — Blue Shield 
Medex III and Medicare Prescription Billing Service 
Micronaire Sales and Rentals 
Devilbiss Humidifiers and Vaporizers 
Polaroid — Water Pile — Saunda — Broxodent 
Prestige Cosmetics — Esquisite Toiletries 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '69 



Cohasset 
Village 



NOBLE'S CAMERA SHOPS 

Hingham and Cohasset 



VILLAGE 
FABRICS 

1 1 5 RIPLEY ROAD 
COHASSET, MASS. 02025 




Greetings and Good Wishes 
From 



COWDREY LAMPS 
AND LAMPSHADES 



1 56 



rim foods BERG SON'S 




BERGSON ICE CREAM 

Ice Cream and Fine Foods 

Route 3A Cushing Plaza 
Cohasset 

383-1942 



COHASSET 
PHONE DIRECTORY 

1 32 Chief Justice Cushing Highway — 
(In Weston & Kennedy Building) 

Cohasset 

383-9030 




COHASSET VILLAGE 
REALTY, INC. 

William D. Murphy Charles J. Finn 

383-9496 



MLS 



109 RIPLEY ROAD 
(Opposite Post Office) 
IN THE VILLAGE — 
COHASSET 




HERBERT P. BATES 
ELECTRICIAN 

Schofield Road, Cohasset 383-0235 









158 



Interior and Exterior 
Floor Finishing 

NORMAN 
SWAIN 

Painting Contractor 

373 North Main Street— 
Cohasset, Mass.— 383-9035 



Mason Plasterer 

CHARLES W. 
FRATUS 

Schofield Road 383-1397 
Cohasset 



Compliments of 

WILLIAMS 
BROTHERS 



W. R. SCHULTZ 
COMPANY, INC. 

340 Gannett Road 
North Scituate 

545-0508 749-2000 

Complete Heating Service 
Fuel, Oil-Service 



JACK PATROLIA 
Builder 

63 Bancroft Rd. 383-0448 



Best Wishes 
from 




Route 3A Cohasset 






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BUY YOUR CAR AT 

HIGHWAY MOTOR SALES 

RTE. 3A SCITUATE-COHASSET 

383-1303 

• Chrysler • Plymouth • Valiant • International 

WE PRODUCE 
WHAT OTHERS PROMISE" 



Best Wishes 

to the 
CLASS of '69